Imagine falling asleep, and having God come to us in a dream the way he did to Solomon (1Kings 3:5). But instead of saying, “What do you want? Ask me.” He says, “Ask 3 questions you’d like me to answer”. Then he adds: “1 question about this life, 1 question about the next one, and 1 question about the Book I’ve given you.”
Assuming that, upon waking, we discovered—as Solomon did— that the offer was real, and not just imagined, can we think of questions we hope we’d have asked? Are the questions that come to mind too personal to talk about? Or could thinking about unanswered questions help us affirm our willingness to respect the boundary line between what God has revealed, and what he has kept to himself (Deut 29:29)?