Personal Reflections # 2 – Managing The Why Questions


Sometimes things just happen in life. Whether good or bad, they just happen.

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When the good happen to us we easily enter into the celebratory mood. We begin to throw things in the air enjoying the atmosphere of triumph. We don’t even bother to ask the “why questions” because the ground is tilted in our favour.

However, the problem comes when bad things happen to us. We quickly get into the pensive mood asking God the “why questions”. Why did I lose my job? Why did my house burn down? Why was my car involved in an accident? Why did my father, mother, child die? The “why” chorus quickly grows into our national anthem.

Experiencing the bad things is not an easy thing, especially where there is loss of life. The emotional scars are permanently visible, and may never heal completely.

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There is no an earthly formula that can help you to manage the “why questions”. This is a higher level matter which requires the owner of life Himself; the God Almighty.

While we may never have earthly answers to all our questions, God gives us a very profound assurance. “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose” – Romans 8:28.

God does not owe anyone an explanation, but what we know from His sacred word is that all things work together for our good. He will never make a decision to hurt us. He is not a God of hatred or vengeance like what happens on this planet earth. Let us truth Him that it’s all for our own good, even if we don’t understand it.

Listen my brother, sister; God loves you.

#GodOverEverything #GodIsInIt #GodAlmighty

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