My blogging friend, Bob Hildreth, who blogs over at BeGracefull.com, Let the Journey Begin, posted these three questions on his blog last week.
- What does the word “reconciled” mean?
- How are we reconciled to God?
- Why is it indicated in the past tense in the Bible?
You’re probably thinking I’m going to write answers to these questions, right?
No, I’m not. Bob didn’t give me his answers, and I’m not handing out mine.
There’s a good reason. I don’t know the answers right now. I’m going to have to do some reading and praying and researching before I can answer them with confidence.
How about you? How would you answer them? I’d love for you to share your answers with me. If you show me your answers, I’ll show you mine. . . .maybe in a future post, when God teaches me what the answers are.
Bob does this sometimes. He tosses questions at his readers and leaves them hanging without answers.
You can read his post for yourself, and browse through his other videos and posts. Here’s a link to his site. Enjoy.