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What’s the #1 question on the mind of every person going through a trial? One word – WHY? “Why is this happening?”, “Why now?”, “Why me? Why?” I’ve heard these questions countless times from people who have bruised and batter ed themselves looking for the elusive answer. When my nephew reached the age of three she never stops asking why? All your ans wer for her follows with why? One thing I have learned from her is how I could h andle my patience and searched for the answer of her questions because she is a child I have to give my attention and answer all rightfully. One time I told her “Not at all time my dear, Auntie knows the answer ok?” And she replied me these, “Yes Auntie! Why? I hope that we could be like a child sometimes, we have many questions in life l ot of pain and heartache that turns to “Lord, why am I going through this? Why me? Why her? Why him? Children never ask the Lord nor blame Him too. Is it good eno ugh to question our selves’ why? The things that we are going through are either making us sweeter better, nobler men or women, or they are making us more critical and fault finding and more in sistent on our own way. The things that happen either makes us evil or they make us more saintly, depending entirely on our relationship with God and its level of intimacy. God doesn’t answer every “why” question, but He does answer the right one! Some questi ons He doesn’t answer include “Why do bad things happen to good people?” or “Why is the world like it is?” Ask if you want, but you’ll feel as if you’re in an echo chamber – al l you hear is a ringing silence. God also does not answer other big questions li ke “Where is my life going?” or “where will all this end?” and “You had better life tell m e what’s going on, or “I’m not going to be part of this.” We can threaten God or give Hi m ultimatums. Threats don’t scare or motivate Him a bit. In James 1:5 tells us how willing God is to help us with those kinds of “why” questi ons. If any of you lacks of wisdom, let Him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given Him. Notice that God gives that kind of wisdom generously and without reproach. God never shouts, “why are you asking me t hat?!” It’s more like: “I’m so glad you’re finally asked me why I’ve allowed this, “Gods wa to give you wisdom regarding the specifics of He’s working in you. When we understand God’s purpose, we will not become small minded and cynical. If we will pray, regarding our own lives “Your will be done” (Mathew 26:42), then we wi ll be encouraged and comforted by John 17, knowing that our Father is working ac cording to His own wisdom, accomplishing what is best for you and for me…. Have a blessed Day!