Poemseeds for Lent

40 Days — 40 Questions

1. Where are you? (Genesis 3:9)
2. What is this you have done? (Genesis 3:13)
3. Why are you angry? (Genesis 4:6)
4. Where is your brother? (Genesis 4:9)
5. Where have you come from, and where are you going? (Genesis 16:8)
6. Is anything too hard for The Lord? (Genesis 18:14)
7. What is the matter? (Genesis 21:17)
8. What is your name? (Genesis 32:27)
9. What is that in your hand? (Exodus 4:2)
10. What are you doing down on your face? (Joshua 7:10)
11. Why have you done this? (Judges 2:2)
12. What are you doing here? (1 Kings 19:9)
13. Who is this that obscures my plans with words without knowledge? (Job:38:2)
14. Why spend money on what is not bread? (Isaiah 55:2)
15. What do you see? (Jeremiah 1:11)
16. Would you now return to me? (Jeremiah 3:1)
17. But what will you do in the end? (Jeremiah 5:31)
18. Who will listen to me? (Jeremiah 6:10)
19. How long will you wander? (Jeremiah 31:22)
20. Do you know why I have come to you? (Daniel 10:20)
21. How can I give you up? (Hosea 11:8)
22. Will not the land tremble for this? (Amos 8:8)
23. How long must this go on? (Habakkuk 2:6)
24. What did you go out to see? (Matthew 11:8)
25. What can you give in exchange for your soul? (Matthew 16:26)
26. Why are you so afraid? (Mark 4:40)
27. Do you still not understand? (Mark 8:21)
28. Who do you say I am? (Mark 8:29)
29. Why are you thinking these things in your hearts? (Luke 5:22)
30. Why do you call me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do what I say? (Luke 6:46)
31. Which of them will love him more? (Luke 7:42)
32. Who touched me? (Luke 8:45)
33. How do you read it? (Luke 10:26)
34. What do you want? (John 1:38)
35. Do you want to get well? (John 5:6)
36. Why is my language not clear to you? (John 8:43)
37. Why don’t you believe me? (John 8:46)
38. Could you not keep watch for one hour? (Mark 14:37)
39. Why look for the living among the dead? (Luke 24:5)
40. What are you discussing together as you walk along? (Luke 24:17)

 

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