Can You Answer the Queston?

A funny story Ravi Zacharias, (former atheist turned Preacher) often tells about these two guys who were talking to each other. One says, “I’m a little thirsty but first I want make a wager with you. I’d like to ask myself a question and if I can answer it, you buy me a coke.

The other guy said, “What? Did you say, you’ll ask yourself a question and if you can answer it, I’ll buy you a coke. that’s not a bet”

The first guy says, “Yes, but bear with me and then you ask yourself a question and if you answer it then I’ll buy you a coke. We’ll keep asking ourselves a question and if we each can answer the question, until someone can’t answer.

Weird but ok go ahead. My question to me, “How does a rabbit, burrow a hole deep into the ground without throwing mud on the ground? The answer, “He starts burrowing from deep inside the ground.”

The other says, “Wait, How does he do that?”

First guy says, “I don’t know, That’s your question? Now, You answer it! Or I get a coke.

God Calls Us

“Certain things in life God’s call us to be, being silent isn’t one of them.”

As believers, we are put in a position to influence those around us. The power of our words can be used to build up or tear down. Ecclesiastes 3:7 tells us that there is a time to keep silent and a time to speak. But when? How?

To discern the difference between knowing when to speak or be silent, we need to humbly seek the Lord through prayer, immerse ourselves in Scripture, and ask for his wisdom and discernment.

When Is Silence Best and Blessed – Meredith Hodge