God is So Merciful Why People Are Suffering

Many people struggle to reconcile their understanding of a loving God with the endless sources of suffering they see around them. This includes war, sickness, and even betrayal in relationships. When Adam and Eve disobeyed God, they brought sin and death into a world that God had created to be perfect. There is no one answer to why people are suffering. Some people may believe that the world is unfair and that God is not interested in helping people. Others may believe that the universe is unjust and that there must be a higher power that can do better for us. There are many different theories about what could be causing people’s suffering, but no one theory has enough evidence to prove or disprove its existence. He still protects us from the consequences of their choices, but sometimes we suffer for others’ mistakes.

God’s plan is perfect

In the Bible, God reveals His perfect plan for our lives. This plan is based on His omniscience. Therefore, He knows all things past, present, and future. This includes all things that could occur, and even those which may seem impossible. His plan is all-inclusive, which is why it is described as “perfect.”

He will end suffering when He brings the kingdom of heaven on earth. However, this does not mean that you will never suffer in this life. It does not mean that you will not experience sickness, death, or relational struggles. It means that God will use this suffering to accomplish His ultimate plan.

One way He does this is by having His Son suffer, die, and rise again. He does this so that you can spend eternity with Him in a world free of suffering. He also does it by calling us to be joyful, pray continually, and give thanks in all circumstances.

God loves you

The Bible says that God loves us so much, even though we are wrongdoers. He sent his Son to die for us because he loved us. And the Holy Spirit intercedes for us, pleading with the Father on our behalf when our prayers are nothing more than groans. And the Father takes great joy in answering those prayers!

God’s love for you goes so far as to adopt you into his family through Christ. And His love for you is a steadfast, unchanging love. It is like the love of a parent for their child. And it will not change, no matter what you do.

Oftentimes, we will suffer as a result of the sins of others. This is why it is so important to surround yourself with other believers who can offer empathy and hope in times of suffering. There are few things more comforting than hearing from someone who has walked in your shoes.

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God cares about you

The Bible says, “Blessed are the merciful, for they will obtain mercy.” Mercy fuels compassion and provides promising glints of hope in a dark world. It’s kindness, forward forgiveness, and empathy for those who are hurt. Mercy is the very nature of the One True God.

But even more importantly, when we see others show mercy to us in difficult times it reminds us that God cares about us, too. That’s why Jesus gave the parable of the sparrow, saying that God knows every single one and the very hairs on our heads (Matthew 10:30).

Mercy is a divine attribute that manifests the fullness of God’s power the most. That’s why he displays a just measure of his omnipotence when people suffer. And yet, it’s also why he takes on suffering himself in order to eliminate it forever. He shows how much he loves you by giving himself up to your pain and death for you.

God wants to redeem your suffering

It is important to remember that God does not want you to suffer. But His plan is to end suffering in this life and then bring you into a world without pain for eternity.

This is why the Church has always taught that when you look into the heart of God, you must see His mercy. Mercy fuels compassion, provides promising glints of light in the dark world, and allows for forward forgiveness and empathy.

The Bible abounds with stories of mercy, including the one where Jesus tells the story of the Good Samaritan. In the story, a man is robbed and left for dead on the side of the road. A priest and Levite see him and walk by, but a Samaritan shows him mercy and helps him.

This is because God wants to redeem our suffering in order to overcome it. He does this by sending His Son to suffer and die for you so that you can be forgiven and spend eternity with Him.

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