If you have ever had doubts about God, His purpose for your life, or if He truly loves you, you are in good company. The Bible is full of people who had doubts. (Job, Abraham, Gideon, and Thomas are just a few.) But Daniel was known as a "dissolver of doubts." In the East, this was described as "a dissolver of knots."
Doubts can make you feel like you are tied up in knots. Asaph described them as "too painful" (Psalm 73:16). What he knew about God did not match up with what he was seeing. Doubts often come because we misunderstand what God is doing.
What should we do with doubts? Starve them? Ignore them? Or take them to God? Doubts can lead to UNBELIEF or to FAITH. It all depends on what you do with them. Asaph took his doubts to church. He said, "Then understood I." Thomas joined the other disciples on Sunday, and Jesus knew exactly what Thomas needed to hear.
When life does not seem fair, when pain or death comes your way, doubts are often not far behind. You might wonder, "Why would God let this happen?" In those times, it is good to do as Asaph and Thomas and take those doubts to the Lord. We might not get all our questions answered, but spending time with Him brings "knowledge, and understanding." Doubts begin to dissolve when we learn that we can trust Him. He is the Ultimate "Dissolver of Knots."
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