Woodrow Kroll, who is a great teacher of God's word had this to say in regards to mysteries in this life. I have to admit, there are so many times that I ask why? I know that I may never know the answers while here on this earth, I may not know until I arrive at home in heaven. No matter when the answers are revealed, I know that I can trust the God of all mysteries. He truly is good!
"But there is a God in heaven who reveals secrets, and He has made known to what will be in the latter days. Your dream, and the visions of your head upon your bed, were these."
Many people love a good Agatha Christie or Mary Higgins Clark. Yet there comes a point when the mystery needs to be revealed. Who really did it? Was it the butler? Perhaps the jilted lover? Maybe the upstairs maid? Unless the mystery is revealed, the whole point of the story is lost. . With avid interest they follow the twists and turns of plots woven by such master mystery writers as
God never leaves a mystery unresolved either. As Daniel was faced with the need to unravel the strange and disturbing dream of King Nebuchadnezzar, God supplied the answers. What could not be known by any other means, God revealed to Daniel at the appropriate time. Nothing is hidden from God's sight; no answers are beyond His understanding. When the need to know is there, God always provides the information.
Life is filled with mysteries. We ask ourselves, Why did this young missionary die in a car accident? On the surface, it appears to be a mystery. Why did I develop cancer while an ungodly neighbor lives a long and healthy life? The answer doesn't seem obvious. Why was my child born with birth defects while my friend's child is healthy? There are no easy explanations.
If you are struggling with a mystery, if you have more questions than answers, wait patiently. It's hard, but you must believe that God will not keep the answer hidden forever. A day will come, perhaps on earth or maybe in heaven, when you will understand. Some day all the mysteries that plague us, all the plaintive wails of "Why?" will be answered. Until then, trust the Divine Writer. At just the right time, He'll reveal the secret.
God is a God of revelation, not a God of secrets.