I don’t know

Very often I get in situations where I get asked questions to which I don’t know the answer. The questions can range from business process questions to things about why God does or doesn’t do some things and even some historical questions related to various countries. On top of the questions I get asked, I also have my own extensive list of questions that I think about on any given day. If I’m honest with you, a lot of my answers still remain, “I don’t know”. I frequently get tired of hearing, “I don’t know” and of not having answers.
But here’s the really wonderful part for all of these “I don’t know” answers. While I readily acknowledge that I don’t have all of the answers, but I do know Someone Who does know all the answers before the questions have ever been asked. So in this sense, what you know isn’t nearly as important as Who you know ,)

2 thoughts on “I don’t know

  1. Most excellant perspective with just a slight twist, “I’m not sure but let’s both look into it and whomever gets an answer, then we will let each other know.” Blessings

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