In this encouraging, personal and humorous homily, Fr. Daniel discusses the value and the necessity of doubt, and that faith and unblief are intentional acts of the will. Doubt is a condition of uncertainty, of being of "two minds," and that it must preceded faith and relationship with God. As such, doubt is not a sin, it is the natural process of a thinking person. Questions are important, and God is not afraid of our questions or uncertainties. He invites us to "hit him with our best shot." He can take it. He is a big God, a loving Father, and he is not easily irritated; unlike us. In this homily Fr. Dan invites us to wrestle with the tough questions of life as we come to a greater and more personal faith in Jesus Christ.
1 Peter 1:3-9
time: 30 minutes