This is not to discourage honesty with God or to suggest that he does not care what we want. We can (and should) be honest with him about wanting answers, but it’s presumptuous to demand answers, throw temper tantrums, and give up if we don’t get them.
That is childish behavior and a cheap form of love—far from the unconditional love God shows us.It’s hard to know that we don’t know, especially when answers dwell in lofty places far from our hearts. But we have to accept it, to shift our focus from lack of answers to the comfort found in honesty with God. God can’t be manipulated or bent to our wills.