Q: How can we explain the senseless acts of violence that seem to happen almost every day? A: You're right, up to a point; God has placed within each of us a sense of right and wrong, and it certainly should lead us to do what's right.
Q: I find myself wanting to pray for my grandchildren and great-grandchildren, but they haven't even been born yet. A: No one except God knows the future, of course, but almost certainly it will be different from today.
Q: How can I find something in the Bible that I remember from somewhere, but I don't know where it appears? A: I'm glad your mother encouraged you to memorize the Bible when you were young; I wish more parents did this today.
Q: Will God forgive even the sins we forget to confess to Him? A: It's good to look back at the end of each day and ask God to show us how we failed, and then seek His forgiveness. But you're right: We'll never remember every sin we commit.
Q: How can I help my friend? A: Divorce has become so easy and so common today that I'm afraid we've lost sight of just how terrible it can be. One of the most important things you can do right now is be her friend.
Q: I know it won't be long before I have to stand before God and be judged for something terrible I did over 50 years ago. A: I'm not going to answer your question directly -- not because hell isn't real, but because you don't need to go there!