Do you ever
experience doubts? After Jesus healed a blind man, the Pharisees questioned him
about whether or not Jesus was a sinner. He answered, “Whether or not He is a
sinner, I don’t know. One thing I do
know: I was blind, and now I see!” (John 9:25) He concentrated on the one fact
he knew to be true and not on the question he didn’t know the answer to.
Some people think
they cannot believe in God unless they have every question answered. But you
don’t need to have every one of your questions answered before you can believe
in Him. In a court of law, a jury doesn’t need to have every question answered before
it can reach a verdict. The jury is not going to see a video recording of the
crime being committed, but they can reach a decision by examining the clues.
The accused person
might claim he was never at the scene of the crime, but if investigators find
his DNA there, you can conclude without any doubt that he was there. You might still
have questions about how the crime occurred, but theone thing you do know cancels out all your unanswered questions. The
jury can reach a decision without any reasonable doubt because of the one
fact they know to be true and not because every question has been answered.
next time you are bewildered, concentrate on what you know to be true. Remember
when God answered a prayer or did a miracle for you. Concentrate on the fact
that the Bible proves itself to be true through fulfilled
Bible prophecies. For more information on turning a double-mind into a
single mind, watch the Erasing
Your Doubts video.