Finding answers. Finding wisdom.

I follow a blog by author and speaker Michael K. Reynolds at Real Life. Real God that you can sign up for HERE. The following is a great example of the type of material Mr. Reynolds produces.  RMF

Michael K. Reynolds

Michael K. Reynolds

The Question Google Should Never Be Asked

by Michael K. Reynolds

We live in an unbelievable age. One where seemingly every question can be answered by the mere tapping of our fingertips.

QuestionWith their cell phones our youth now have more computing power in their hands than global super computers had when many of us were growing up.

As a historical novelist I can’t even imagine how much more difficult my predecessors had it in conducting basic research prior to conveniences provided by the Internet.

Want to know how to repair a leaking sink? Google it. Interested in learning how to dance the two-step? Google it. Solve a math equation? Win a trivia bet? Prune a tree? Google it. Google it. Google it.

So if we can get the answer to every question imaginable to man on Google, why do we bother asking God anything?

Click HERE to read the remainder of the article.

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About ronfurg

Former naval officer, federal investigator, forensic scientist, senior executive service member and pastor. In retirement serves as volunteer and life group leader at New Life Christian Church (www.newlife4me.com). Devoted to beautiful wife, kids and grandkids. Looking forward to the time when every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord of all and that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life.
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