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Some people say that God has nothing to do with what happens in our daily lives, so He is not the one to blame for things going bad. For example, a woman gets raped and has a baby.
Your cousin has asked about something that has perplexed Christians for a very long time. It actually marks a significant division between Christians theologically.
Who is responsible for what happens on earth? Some believe God ordains everything that happens. The Bible indicates that God is sovereign over the world and nothing happens apart from His plan.
However, some hard things He brings our way are for the sake of discipline, to strengthen our faith and lead us into the way of righteousness see Heb. If we sin, we are responsible. So, somehow God is working out His plan, which includes some bad things, yet we are responsible for what we do.
Regarding the example given, since it is hypothetical only a hypothetical answer can be given. This kind of situation is especially perplexing. There is no way of knowing directly why God would allow rape to occur.
Will it change her life and point her in a different situation? What will the child grow up to accomplish? What will it mean in the lives of family and friends?
I think of ruined as meaning ended, no good anymore for anything, destroyed. Slowed down, re-directed, changed deeply maybe. But if we are willing to rest in God as sovereign over us and trust Him, we can let these things help shape us and guide us in the way God wants us to go.
None of this excuses the sin. I think that people usually want a very short answer to the question, is God to blame or not? Either yes or no.
The issue has to be put into a bigger context.
He was making me learn how to be aware and be ready so I would be a better football player. Similarly, what God does or allows to happen has a reason or many reasons. The only way we can fully profit from it, though, is by being in a good relationship with Him through Christ and allowing ourselves to be shaped by it.
I hope you and your cousin is in such a relationship with Him. He holds a B. He can be reached at rwade pobox.
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Probe Ministries W.Ever since then I"ve asked myself, why do bad things happen to good people? He is evil for plotting out 9/11 and for having his people do it.
3/5(2). Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen? for God’s answers and learning to view “bad things” as “good things in disguise” are disciplines that God wants His children to develop as they mature spiritually.
I think one thing people miss about this topic is that God doesn't cause bad things to happen to you. James says:"When. When "bad" things happen to any of God's children, God is grieved and suffers with us, experienced most vividly in the hurt and suffering of Jesus the Christ for all humanity.
Any "bad" thing which happens is never the last word. The question then arises, does God indeed cause bad things to happen to his children, or is there some force behind it?
As long as one has faith and belief in God, the question is inevitable at certain points in life. Why Does God Allow Bad Things to Happen? Why Does God Allow Bad Things to Happen?
by Avery Foley on March 8, Also One of the most common questions believers and unbelievers alike ask is why a loving and all-powerful God would allow bad things to happen. When many believers are asked this question, they freeze, not . When “bad” things happen to any of God’s children, God is grieved and suffers with us, experienced most vividly in the hurt and suffering of Jesus the Christ for all humanity.
Any “bad” thing which happens is never the last word.