What happens when you don’t know the answer?
Isaac and Rebekah didn’t have answers in a couple of situations.
They couldn’t have kids.
And when they did get pregnant, there were a lot of strange things happening inside of Rebekah.
Isaac pleaded with God about Rebekah’s barren nature.
Rebekah sought The Lord about what was happening inside of her.
When we don’t know the answer, where do we go?
When we don’t know the answer, how hard do we seek the answer?
And, do we live in such a way that we need answers?
I’m finding I need more and more answers that I don’t have. What do I do for those answers?
Press into God. Wrestle with him. Plead with him. Seek him out.
It probably won’t come in the first prayer session. It may take years. But when we do have the answer, we know it’s from God.
My church CrossPoint Fellowship is reading through Genesis & a portion of Isaiah. This week is Genesis 23-26 & Isaiah 48. This series is based on my reading along with them.