Why me? Why not? Why now? Why again?
These are questions we've all asked one time or another. And unfortunately, for many of us, more than once. Pray tell, shaking a fist at the heavens?
Job 10:18 Why then have You brought me out of the womb? Would that I had died and no eye had seen me!
Don't worry, I have also. In fact, I've shouted every one of them only to be met with total silence from above as if my cry landed on deaf ears.
Psalms 10:1 Why do You stand afar off, O Lord? Why do You hide Yourself in times of trouble?
But how do we move beyond the "why" moments in our lives? What do they really signify for the believer? Are they mere bumps in the road or do they represent something far more significant on our Christian journey?
Speaking from my own experience, I'd have to go with the latter. The "why's" in my life aren't bumps or potholes but deep, wide canyons along my journey of faith. Times I hold fast to the reins of my chariot, de…