“The real underlying flaw in your life, Mackenzie, is that you don’t think I am good. If you knew I was good and that everything – the means, the ends, and all the processes of individual lives – is all covered by my goodness, then while you might not always understand what I’m doing, you would trust me. But you don’t.”
This is a quote from The Shack by William Young. Although the book has some theological problems, it also contains some gems like this one. Do we really believe God is good? If we did we would trust him a whole lot more than we do.