“God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks to us in our conscience, but shouts in our pains: Pain is God’s megaphone to rouse a deaf world.” – The Problem of Pain
“Papa does God hear me when I pray?” The little boy jumped into his bed, dirty socks drooping off of each foot. His Dad, a construction worker, tired from a hard day’s work, went into the bathroom and poured the boy a glass of water.
“Yeah, he hears you.”
“But how do you know he hears me?”
“Cause I just know.”
“Yeah, but can he see me too?”
“Yeah, he can see you.”
“But how do you know? Can you see God?”
“No, I can’t see him? Don’t be silly.”
“Then, how do you know he can see us?”
“Well,” said the Dad, just cause we can’t see him, that don’t mean he can’t see us.”
“But how do you know?”
“Cause I just know that’s all”. The boy’s big Dad grabbed hold of his droopy socks and playfully pulled them off his feet.