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Counselors like good questions; they are an essential feature of counseling. Yet Ed Welch has some cautions for us about the number and timing of the questions we ask. In this thought-provoking editorial, he considers how Scripture guides us to the priority of compassionately knowing and responding to people, which naturally impacts our questions and makes for more meaningful conversations.