We will never understand the mind of God.
I love a good mystery.
My favourite books and television shows are mysteries.
These always have a problem that can be solved before the end of the book or the end of the show.
I have heard that those of us who love mysteries are people who have a sense of law and order and like having good triumph over evil.
God is a mystery in the true sense, a mystery that we will never solve.
The Trinity is a mystery; Jesus as both divine and human is a mystery.
The incarnation of Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit is a mystery.
These are mysteries that we cannot solve or even understand.
One of the ways that we know that God exists is because we cannot replicate what God has done.
We cannot create from nothing.
Can we manipulate what is already created?
Yes, but that is all we can do.
We have seen the power of God in our lives as well as in nature.
There is so much we don’t know.
Faith is based on what we can’t see, or understand
We believe based on what others have told us down
through the generations.
We believe based on our inmost feelings that this world is not all there is.
One of the passages we have reviewed talks about the spark of immortality that God placed within us.
That yearning for something or someone that can only be satisfied by the presence of God!
Although we might get frustrated because God doesn’t always do what we think he should do, we can be confident in his existence by all the times God has been there when we needed him and we can always call on him in our hours of need.