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Words of Wisdom From The Pastor’s Desk
“WHY DOES GOD ALLOW SUFFERING?”
Some scholars think Job may be the oldest book in the Bible. Whether that is true
or not, it certainly deals with one of humanity’s oldest questions: Why does God
It isn’t an easy issue, because it goes to the heart of our deepest questions about
God. After all (The argument runs), how could a loving and gracious God allow
suffering? To put it another way, if God lets us suffer, He must not love us. But
that conclusion is false. God does love us and the proof is the suffering He
allowed His Son to endure on the Cross.
What, then, is the answer to this age old question? The key is to understand the
character of God. That is what Job discovered. No, God never gave him a logical,
complete answer for his suffering. But through his experience Job came to realize
that God could be trusted, because He is merciful and loving. And you can trust
God too, not because He always give us all the answers, but simply because He is
During a trial, it is tempting to ask why we are suffering. The answer doesn’t lie in
the why of our suffering. The answer lies in the who is with us in the midst of our
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