Tuesday, November 2, 2010


My God asks me the best questions:

Where are you?

What is in your hand?
What do you seek?

What did you go out into the wilderness to see?
Do you want to be made well?

Where may we buy bread that these may eat?
Do you also want to go away?

Do you see this woman?

Who do you say I am?

What is written in the law?
Which of these three was neighbor to him who fell among thieves?

Woman, where are those accusers of yours?

Do you suppose that these Galileans were worse sinners then all other Galileans, because they suffered such things?

What is the kingdom of God like?
If you then are not able to do the least, why are you anxious for the rest?

Do you believe this?

Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath?
Were there not ten cleansed? Where are the nine?

When the Son of Man comes, will He really find faith on the earth?

Why do you call me good?
What do you want me to do for you?
Why do you test me?

Whose image and inscription does it have?
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Who is greater, he who sits at the table, or he who serves?
Do you know what I have done for you?
When I sent you out without money bag, sack, and sandals, did you lack anything?

Will you lay down your life for my sake?
Why do you sleep?

Woman, why are you weeping?
Whom are you seeking?

Caitlin, do you love me?


Kelsey said...

That's really cool, Caitlin! A really powerful extraction from the gospels. Thanks for sharing!

Beth-Anne said...

thank you. I needed this.

Katalin said...

I love these these thoughts. I always felt closer to God when I personally put my-self in the situation. Thanks for sharing!

Caitlin said...

In worship I had been reading about Moses asking God questions. Then I got to thinking about the different questions God asked people throughout the bible. The are all loaded questions. Deep. Profound.
The fact that God asks humans questions is beautiful. They are much better questions then the ones I ask.

Andrew Whtilow said...

thank you for this list of questions from God.

healthycells said...

Wow, that's profound! Thank you Caitlin.