7 Questions To Ask God When You Are In Confusion


I have come to believe, for the most part, that for every individual, every Church organization, Business, Home, etc. that has problems with confusion, strife, disorganization, mayhem, disruption and more, it is due to the fact that someone doesn’t know what their job/position description really is.  God is the giver of gifts, talents, skills, and abilities.  When you know what you, your job/task /true assignment is defined and designed to be; this ends much of the chaos.  Instead of doing what one feels is right or best, but is still missing the mark, clarity gives way to awareness, allows growth, unification and satisfaction.

The Word of God says, in:                             Proverbs 29: 18

18 Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.

As we have discussed over and over again, we must learn to stay in our lanes, the question lies with, has the lane been properly identified, defined spiritually and in a professional context.  Also, has the lane been assigned according to the attributes required to complete the task.  The Word of God Says to Write the vision down, make it plain… As task are assigned, according to our gifts, the potential of good success is always before us.  When preparation meets opportunity, then you have good success.

Here are seven things that you can ask God, when you are in confusion about yourself:

  • Who am I in Christ?
  • Help me to discover/uncover my passion…
  • What is my assignment?
  • What gifts/tools have you given/assigned to me?
  • How do I utilize these gifts/tools, etc.
  • What instructions have you given to me, for my service
  • Who am I in submission to, regarding my God assignments?

The only one that can answer questions about God’s creation is the Creator God Himself, through the power of the Holy Spirit.  In order to get the answers to the questions about your life, you must be in relationship with your Creator and Christ Himself.

The Word of God says, in:                             Matthew 7: 8

8For everyone who keeps on asking receives, and he who keeps on seeking finds, and to him who keeps on knocking, it will be opened.

In this scripture, in:                                        Hebrews 3: 15

15 while it is said, “Today [while there is still opportunity] if you hear His voice,
Do not harden your heart, as when they provoked Me [in the rebellion in the desert at Meribah].”

He is letting you know, in advance, to expect Him to speak to you! In fact, God is speaking to you right now…  ARE YOU LISTENING?