The big questions are not things like “Could God make something too big for Him to move?” They are not wondering “Which came first, the chicken or the egg.” How about “What is two times infinity?” Those are brain teasers. They are entertainment. They are not the Big Questions.
What are the Big Questions?
Why am I here?I am sure that you have questions that make you stop and wonder which way to go in life. They are the questions that provide answers and give direction or go unanswered and lead us to desperation, depression and suicide.
What is the meaning of life?
What happens after I die?
What difference does it make if I am honest?
What measures right and wrong?
Why not cheat on my spouse?
Why is there pain and suffering?
To those questions Jesus gives answers. They may not be simple answers. They may not be answers that we want to hear. They may not fit into our cultural norms. We may deny them. There may even be some that we cannot understand. None of that means that the answers are not available.
So if you have Big Questions, Jesus can supply the big answers.
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