Unasked

When words have more value than meaning. When answers are more important than questions. When the unasked question is silenced and lead astray. Truth is masked, buried, declared enemy. It won’t go away. Truth has many debtors, that debt will surely be called to account.

 

Whispers of another realm

So near, so far

Questions with no answers

Answers with uncertain meaning

Speculate

Ruminate

Opinionate

Germinate

Terminate

Questions to be answered

But not by this mate

Neither will he tolerate

The question unasked.

 

“Now these three remain: faith, hope and love.

But the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians. 13: 13

Published by: G.W. 😉

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8 thoughts on “Unasked”

    1. Of course, if one were knocking on the door of Jesus Christ, they WOULD get an answer – He’d bid them come in and sup with Him. Sup! That’s pretty friendly. Not just a cordial greeting, but to share a meal. Friendship. Eternal friendship with God.

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  1. It’s a sad state of mind to never ask those queastions and assume the answers do not matter. We humans love to look the other direction than the finger of God has pointed. That being said I’m glad I asked Jesus to save little ole me G. W

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