“Now prepare yourself like a man; I will question you, and you shall answer Me.”
We have all heard of people saying “when I see G-D I will give Him a peace of my mind”. Others question G-D asking “why this or why did that happen or not happen in my life, why did this adversity happen to me.” So we question G-D and I want an answers for my Questions. Oh I am such a fool to think I have any right to question G-D.
I don’t know about your god but my G-D is perfect in all His way. All His judgments are perfect; all His statutes are perfect; His law is perfect, He is full of grace and long suffering and His mercy endures forever… He is perfect. In Numbers 23:19 we are told “God is not a man who lies, or a son of man who changes His mind, does He speak and not act, or promise and not fulfill?” When Abram questioned G-D, G-D questioned him asking “Is any thing too hard for the LORD?”
Then why do I question my perfect G-D, am I that arrogant to think G-D owes me an answer for anything He does? Would I be that arrogant to my employer? Next time I think G-D owes me an answer or an explanation it would behoove me to take verse 3 of Job 38 to heart “Now prepare yourself like a man; I will question you, and you shall answer Me.” Just a thought… are you prepared, am I prepared, are we ready to answer to G-D? When we finally do answer to Him, and we will on that day, what will you say?