Lecture 6, For His Good Pleasure:

Children are curious creatures. Before you are done answering one question, the next one is already escaping their lips. And as soon as they ask “why?,” you are forced down a road of infinite regress. It seems they can ask why a thousand times and never exhaust it. But it must end somewhere. Asking “why?” is a question of purpose, reason, and cause. When we consider the purpose, reason, and cause of our salvation, our curiosity should find full satisfaction. So why did God save you? For the persistent, the question of why does have a final answer.