Anonymous said: No one ever said this path was going to be easy did they? Haha
I mean obviously but no one expects to be hit by a motorcycle either
Anonymous said: I wish I could give you straightforward answer, but that's a question that we will struggle wth our entire lives. But God is in inherently good. That is a rock solid fact. Bad things happen because there is sin in the world.
Yeah I’ve heard that countless times but it’s still hard to understand yknow?
Anonymous said: It's because god is cruel and enjoys those who suffer to suffer more.
I appreciate your optimism!!!!
One of my students and her boyfriend got hit by a motorcyclist at full speed a few hours ago. They probably should have died, but they are alive and will be back at camp tomorrow evening.
Everyone who prayed thanked God for not so severe injuries, but why did this accident have to happen in the first place? What would they have thanked for if they both died?? Sure, it’s a miracle that they lived and are well enough to leave the hospital tonight, but was this accident necessary for God to show us a miracle? Why do miracles have to come from pain and misery? Why not turn something good into something greater? My student had heart disease and is deaf in both ears and He chose HER to run over??? I don’t get it. I really don’t understand.
Is it wrong to be annoyed at an hour long prayer?
Is it wrong to advertise for a faith that I’m not even sure of?
Is it wrong to sympathize with the students of an English camp that suddenly tries to convert people without any warning??
Is it wrong????