If you ever stop asking questions then you stop growing... and eventually you just stop living.
Sometimes finding truth isn't about getting the right answers, but more of trying to figure out the right question.
Recently I asked a group of youth, along with their leaders, to share some of their questions. To get them started I suggested 3 categories - here's the third one:
Give a question you'd love to have the answer to:
- Why isn't everyone kind to each other?
- Can good heal everybody?
- Are their aliens in the universe?
- Should doctors charge on Sabbath?
- Why did God allow sin?
- Why did God make us if He knew we would sin?
- What is heaven really like? And what will we do there?
- How will every eye see Him when He comes?
- Do we have to be a Seventh-day Adventist before Jesus comes?
- If we sin on earth, how is it possible we won't sin in heaven?
- How were dinosaurs created?
- Will I find someone special in my life?
- Why does God let us sin if He is so powerful?
- How do I get to heaven?
- Why is it taking so long for Jesus to come back?
- Will the signs of Jesus coming that have happened, happen again?
- What would happen to people who accept Jesus when He comes, but didn't before He comes?
- What was Jesus' personality like when he was here on earth?
- Will aborted babies be in heaven?
- Why do Christinas keep Sunday instead of the 7th day?
- How do I completely trust in the Lord?
Don't simply ask questions that have answers (that you already know). Some of the most amazing things we've created in this world, secularly and spiritually, come from people willing to ask the questions that at that time had no answers.
Never ever limit your questions to the safe subjects. This world, and Gods church, needs disrupters, not imitators.