Life Questions


LIFE IS FILLED WITH QUESTIONS

DUMB QUESTIONS:
  • If the plural of goose is geese, shouldn't the plural of moose be meese?
  • Um, if God can do anything, can he make a rock so big that even he couldn't lift it?

MYSTERIOUS QUESTIONS:
  • "Gentlemen, we know that buttered bread usually falls butter-side down, and cats generally land feet-first. Now we will discover what happens when a piece of buttered bread is strapped to the back of a cat, and both are tossed off a two-story building."

SERIOUS QUESTIONS:
  • What will bring me long-lasting fulfillment?
  • How can I have a rich and satisfying life?

Even people who don't (or won't) openly discuss serious issues have ideas about where to find happiness.
  • Ray's formula for fulfillment includes partying and an active sex life.
  • Anne thinks she will find it in a 4.0 grade average and a college scholarship.
  • Kevin is banking on his athletic ability to do the trick.
  • Sherry is relying on beauty and bucks.

NAGGING QUESTIONS:
  • "If happiness really is found in the things mentioned above, why are there people with 'awesome' sex lives, staggering IQs, truck loads of trophies, 'drop-dead' good looks, or bulging bank account who are unhappy?
  • Why don't more people consider what Jesus had to say about happiness and fulfillment?

PERSONAL QUESTIONS:
  • Have you ever really looked at and pondered Jesus' teachings in the Gospel of John?
  • What are you waiting for?