If you didn't know, life coaches use powerful questions to evoke action, and create new awareness, to get to the belly-bottom of what's going on, and to help clients resolve the issue or reach new possibilities.
Jesus [God] was hands down the best at asking powerful questions, and still is.
Jesus' questions are so powerful that they are transcendent and transformative. The only catch is unanswered questions lead to no change, or clarity. You must get engaged and work through answering the questions, in order to be transformed mentally, physically or spiritually [and relationally].
Can you think of a powerful question that changed history or your life?
You know some: "Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country?" How about, Life's most persistent and urgent question is, "What are you doing for others?"
As we approach the end of this decade, and turn the page to a New Year, I wanted to provide you with an empowering option, to get engaged with you, your faith and what is God saying is most important for you in this season.
Keep in mind, Jesus' questions require time to process, so make room. Grab a pad and pen, and begin.
10 Powerful Questions that Will Change Your Life:
1. Where are you? God asked Adam (Genesis 3:9 NRSV).
2. Why are you angry and why has your countenance fallen? God asked Cain (Genesis 4:6 NRSV).
3. What is that in your hand? God asked Moses (Exodus 4:2 NIV).
4. Whom shall I send? God asked God's self (Isaiah 6:8 NIV).
5. Do you want to be made well? Jesus asked the man waiting at the pool called Bethesda (John 5:6 NRSV).
6. Why are you fearful, O you of little faith? Jesus asked the disciples (Matthew 8:26 NKJV).
7. Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life? Jesus asked the crowd (Matthew 6:27 NIV).
8. Do you believe in the Son of Man? Jesus asked the man who had been blind (John 9:35 NIV).
9. Do you love me? Jesus asked Simon, son of John (John 21:17 NIV).
10. Is that your own idea, or did others talk to you about me? Jesus asked Pilate (John 18:34 NIV).
Before you go, I want to leave you with this last question: What if you did nothing at all, what would happen? Comment, let us know below.
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