Use Your Bible to Answer Tough Questions

We have tough questions. Lots of them!

  • What is true love?
  • What makes a real marriage?
  • Where will I go when I die?
  • Why do I struggle to do the right thing?
  • What can I do when I’m anxious?
  • Where did I come from?

The list goes on and on (and on).

Unless we know how to use God’s Word to answer our tough questions, we will get swept up with the most popular opinion. But God has given us His Word as a guide. We desperately need to know how to use the Bible to answer our toughest questions.

Check out the video below for some great advice for how to use your Bible to tackle tough questions.

When it comes to your tough questions, where do you typically turn for answers?
What is one of the toughest questions that you need an answer to?
How can you better use God’s Word to help you answer those questions?
Tell us about it in a comment below!

About Author

After a brief experience in the modeling industry, Bethany’s eyes were opened to how self-absorbed and lost her generation of young women really are. She and her older sister were inspired to start a blog (www.GirlDefined.com) and wrote a book Girl Defined: God’s Radical Design for Beauty, Femininity and Identity. Their passion is to help young women find God’s truth about beauty and womanhood and the freedom that comes from living a radically different life for Christ.

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