Were you taught that questioning God was a huge no no? Are we supposed to read scripture and take it for what it's worth or should we attend to the scriptures with a curious mind? But if we don't question what we don't understand, how do we know we are learning what we should be learning about God appropriately? Bible studies exist to bring people together who want to clarify and better understand what they are reading. Does this mean that this is the only way allowed to question scripture because you are not questioning God directly? One more question- if God gave us the ability to think, isn't it okay to question everything without the fear of being persecuted?
God is a loving energy, and if we are made in his image, we are a loving energy filled with spiritual awareness and connectedness with source. The only way to feel fully connected is to feel plugged into source through continued awareness of self. The only way that we know of to accomplish this is through questioning God. For example, "God, what do you have in store for me? How can I become better? How do I reach the kingdom? How do I serve? How do I love in God's way? How can I be More compassionate? And etc....
We believe that it's the way that you question God that makes all the difference! If you ask, "Why Me?", then you give your life a victim mentality and you imply that you are more special than others to deserve whatever you think is bogging you down. If you ask, "Are you really that powerful God?", you are doubting your faith and doubting your own powerful ability as a spiritual creative person. The more you doubt, the more you live that reality.
Continue to ask from a place of service, faith, and love and the Universal Energy which is God's energy because God is in everything, will answer you. Just have faith and don't waiver! The miracle is you...
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"