Maybe you are familiar with them. If you have a young child at home, you get and have a lot of questions. Maybe you can answer them. Maybe, just maybe, you no longer have questions you need to ask. Not me! I have plenty of questions. Some questions are serious, some are rhetorical, and some, like the following, just exist:
- In the United States, why do we drive on parkways and park in driveways?
- Why do convenience stores who are open 24/7 – 365 days of the year have locks on the doors?
- Why when something comes by train, boat, or air it is cargo, but when by truck or over the road it is a shipment?
I realize the ridiculous nature of these questions, but there is one more. A question that disturbs me deep inside. A question I will never get the answer too until that day I see my Creator face to face. A question that moves me to action . . .