I am so thankful God is patient with me because I ask a lot of questions. Really. A. Lot.
In January of 2011 God put a serious story on my heart and told me to write the novel. I’ll admit it. I’ve argued with Him.
“Are you sure you want me to write that?” I asked over and over. In God-like fashion, He confirmed His answer to me again and again.
He couldn’t be more clear and yet, I have found myself dragging my feet and asking again. This time His response was the same, “Write the story.”
“But what if I mess it up? I’m not ready. I don’t know all the writing rules. I’ll botch this up.” I argued.
“You write the story, I’ll provide the other details.”
And He did. I stand again in amazement at a God who is so loving and astounding.
Why do we question His calling? He tells me over and over again that He will provide for what He has called me to do. Why then do I question?
Why do you question? Are you dragging your feet after God has instructed you to move forward in obedience?
Yet the LORD set his affection on your forefathers and loved them, and he chose you, their descendants, above all the nations, as it is today. Deuteronomy 10:15