There are so many questions that I think I will ask when I get to heaven. In reality, I know by the time I get to heaven – none of my questions will matter. Nothing that concerns me at the moment will matter in the least! It won’t matter why mosquitos were allowed on the ark. I won’t care why flies and snakes were ushered aboard either.
God writes the Gospel not in the Bible alone, but also on trees, and in the flowers and clouds and stars. – Author unknown, commonly attributed to Martin Luther
For every unanswered question there are hundreds of affirmations from our heavenly Father – every day! We see the blessing of dawn and realize that we have been given yet another day to get things right! When we see flowers grow and bloom in our garden, it seems as though the Lord is letting us know that all is well, regardless of how much bad news we hear from the media. Some days it is a good idea to turn off the T.V. and go sit in the garden, isn’t it?
If you are hungry for food, you are prepared to hunt high and low for it. If you are hungry for information it is the same. Information is all around us, now more than ever before in human history. You barely have to stir or incommode yourself to find things out. The only reason people do not know much is because they do not care to know. They are incurious. Incuriosity is the oddest and most foolish failing there is. – Stephen Fry
It’s fine to have a healthy curiosity about things. We just need to realize that we won’t know the answers to everything because there are simply some answers we are not supposed to have.
There are questions I have asked that begin with “Why” – those are the ones that usually remain unanswered. Those are the ones that will fade into thin air once I reach heaven. I’m sure when I get to heaven, my curiosity will be replaced with a great sense of wonder! It’s best to remember that God is so good. All the time. ❤