Questions God Asks (Paperback)Israel Wayne
Questions from the Bible about life that God also asks you.
Where is your brother? Why do you honor your sons more than Me? Do you have a right to be angry?
God posed these questions to Cain, Eli and Jonah. But we know He already had the answers. So why ask? Because He already knows all the answers, but wants people to think about His character and wisdom.
In Questions God Asks, Israel Wayne presents 18 questions that God asked in the Bible. He also explains to you how these questions apply to your live today. The questions cover a variety of topics, including relationships, marriage, faith, parenting, missions, sovereignty and omnipresence.
Questions God Asks examines your fundamental assumptions about God and shows you how much knowledge about God is locked up in the questions He asked His children in the Bible.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title Vrae wat God vra
About the Author
Israel Wayne, co-founder of Family Renewal ministry, is an author, columnist, conference speaker, and radio host who is passionate about defending the Christian faith and developing a biblical worldview. He desires to see God’s people learn to think and live biblically. Israel is married to Brook and the couple has been blessed with nine children.
Size140 x 216 mm
Number of Pages148 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
(Origins — Job)
“Where were you when I laid the
foundation of the earth? Tell Me, if
you have understanding.”
— Job 38:4
Sir, would you care for something to drink?”
“Sure, I’ll take an apple juice.”
I guess there is no point in trying to sleep. Have
you ever tried to rest inside a hollow, metal cylinder, 35,000
feet above ground, in a seat that leans slightly forward, and
you can’t recline because the pilot hasn’t turned off the seat-
belt sign yet?
I was returning from Boise to Chicago, the final leg of
a week-long speaking tour. As is often the case on these
trips, I was exhausted. My sister, Mercy, was with me, sit-
ting next to a man in his 60s who was looking out the