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When God Asks A Question

I just wrote this to a very dear friend of mine that is going through a tough time. I thought I'd share it with you too.

When I read the bible, I love when God asks a question. He doesn't ask for Himself. He already knows the answer. He asks us because he wants us to understand and get it.

He asked Adam, "Where art thou?" Sometimes we don't realize where we are in life and it takes the voice of God to remind us.

He asked Moses, "What is that that you have in your hand?" Many times the very blessing we need is already in our grasp.

He asked Malachi, "Will a man rob God?" It's so easy to give our time to everything but the work of The Lord.

He asked Ezekiel, "Can these bones live?" Sometimes you may think a situation in your life has died, but God is reminding you that it can live. It's not dead. It's not over.

He asked a lame man, "Wilt thou be made whole?" God already knows He has the power to deliver you but you need to want to be delivered.

He asked Abraham, "Is there anything too hard for God?"

Think about that as you're going through life. I don't care what it looks like. There is nothing too hard for God to do.

Praying for you today. Your friend and brother,
Tyler

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  • Burena Morris United States

    It's funny how God's constantly uses others to get his message through; for the most part, there's no way you knew I needed to read your message today exactly when I needed it the most to dry the tears! Amazing how awesome and incredible our God IS..... Thanks Tyler for letting GOD use you over and over again - God Bless!

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  • SISTA SONYA Atlanta,Ga

    Thanks that was very positive for your sista as well, God is and will always be in full control of this world. It will be done on earth as it is in heaven. ONE-LOVE..........

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  • Wendy Ontario

    Thank you for sharing your light. God knew I needed to hear this. I prayer that someone out there is lighting your path when you're in need as well. Kind Regards.

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  • Jackie Ballard Atlanta, GA

    Regarding your message....When God Asks A Question: this message was right on time for me, although I still don't understand why, (speaking of my dads passing, which was 1/2011), and his birthday was yesterday, the day you wrote the message....I needed to read this and look deep within my soul to understand ALL GODS answers to questions that are asked....I pray each and everyday that I LISTEN to what God is telling me and I understand wholeheartedly the answers he gives me....may God bless you Mr. Tyler Perry for all the inspiring messages you have for ALL to read and take something from. Sincerely, Jackie B.

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  • Teresa Stanley Jonesboro, Ga

    When God Askes Question.....Thank you so much for that message it was much needed. It came right on time. It really minister to my heart.

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  • zenovia New York

    Amen, I am praying for you as well. There is nothing trusting him.

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  • Sister Home

    Praying for you, too.

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  • Michelle Flagg NC

    "When God Asks a Question" ... this was so timely and a much needed reminder. Thank you Tyler for sharing, thank you for your prayers, and thank you for being a consistent example of what it means to be your authentic self. You are a blessing!

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  • Waukesha Lawrenceville, GA

    "When God Asks a Question", how should we as believers respond or does God's questions even warrant a response? In your message, all questions posed appear to come during a time of adversity, when man has sin or when all odds seem to stack up against man. And time and time again we see God deliver man; but I dare ask the question as Paul did in Corinthians 12:8. Unlike Paul, I don't take pleasure in my affirmities and I cannnot comprehend that someone in their right mind would enjoy suffering, afflictions, misery and distress more than euphoria, happiness, gladness, or just plain old peace of mind. As a believer, I have not yet ARRIVED to the point of taking pleasure in my affirmties and as "one of them" I find it hypocrital that others can say " oh, I am estatic to go thru so much pain and turmoil, cause I know that God is going to deliver me!" Even God's prophet Elijah had a breaking point (1Kings 19)!

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  • simone seattle

    Yes. There is nothing too hard for God!

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  • Ayo Nigeria

    I got this mail, and it got me thinking.Pls Mr Tyleri need to share something with you in private.can I have an email addy to reach you?Its urgent.Thanks

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  • Cherie GA

    Tyler, I got this email message and it reminded me again who God is. I'm going through so much. This past Sunday I had my purse stolen with everything in it and here it is Tuesday and I still haven't accomplished getting anything back (drivers license, military retiree ID, etc, etc). It's a sad shame the way things run in the government whether federal or state. People don't care anything at all about you or your situation. Sometimes I wonder why I have to go through sooooo much. I've gone through one thing after another, very serious things. I'm faithful in my walk, completely faithful and I know it has to be a reason. I feel so tired sometimes and heavy, but it goes away when I think of God being my Comforter. I'm just going through right now and it makes me nervous that someone out there is doing only God knows what with my information. I can't get anything done without my drivers license and it's been a nightmare trying to accomplish this mission. Prayerfully tomorrow will go better. Pray for me to continue to be strong. Thank you for the message.

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