If you had one question you could ask God, is there another more important than “What should I do?” Since no other question has an answer that changes anything, of what value can they be? And have we as modern day “believers” squandered the chance to ask the question since God has given the answer to you and to me in the fact of that we exist and how we do? Instead, we have idolized every other question as “What should I believe?” As expected, we have nothing to show for it. But in asking God “What should I do?”, haven’t we frustrated God since his continuing answer from the beginning is “Do what you already know to do!” We modern day “believers” squander the chance that matters at all because both are still idolatrous, predicated on answers from God in order to act at all. We literally already know better than to have to ask.
Just a thought.