Y ME?

Why me God? Philanthropist and professional tennis player Arthur Ashe said, “If I were to say, ‘God, why me?’ about the bad things, then I should have said, ‘God, why me?’ about the good things that happened in my life.” For many of us this is the go to question when we experience trouble. When we ask “Why Me?”, we are really saying God this problem is greater than You. Undoubtedly, we forget that God causes all things to work together for our good (Romans 8:28) Trouble and pain both equate to preparation! Paul said in 2 Corinthians 4:17, “The little troubles we suffer now for a short time are making us ready for the great things God is going to give us forever.” Trouble has a way of kidnapping your attention so that you focus more on the pain rather than, the pain reliever. Rick Warren said, “This “why” question is human nature, and we all ask it. We have this misconception that if we understand the reason behind our pain, then it will make the pain easier. You don’t need an explanation; you need strength. You don’t need an explanation; you need a Savior. You don’t need an explanation; you need comfort and support.” So today know that one day “it” will all make sense. We will be able to say, “So that’s why God allowed that in my life!” Until that day, trust God and trust that He will never end on a negative!   

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About Lowellpinnock

I am a 4given sinner saved by the blood of Christ.
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