Why Do Good People Seems To Think God Should Not Allow Bad Things To Happen To Them?
Pride and arrogance, since the Bible says,"The heart is desperately wicked, who can know it?" So no one is good in the sense that we deserve exemption from trouble. No, I do not naturally accept that well either!
Because people are people and often we think that if we do good then good should be returned to us.
The world is not fair because the world is fallen.
I do far more good everyday than I ever do bad yet bad things still happen to me. Those things happen because we live in a fallen world.
Since Adam and Eve were kicked out of the garden it has been rough here on earth.
by Nrjsh 6 years ago
Why good people has to suffer a lot in his life?If there is any God,why does he have to test a person and make him suffer even if he haven't done anything wrong in his life...
by Catherine Tally 7 years ago
It really gets me riled when people doubt or dismiss God because He allows bad things to happen. His goodness comes in His forgiveness. He gives us bad situations to test our faith. It's normal to get angry at times and struggle over reasons why things happen, but try to look at the bigger...
by Keith Schroeder 4 years ago
Why does God do bad things to good people if He really is just?I want honest answers only. No name calling or "my religion is better" stuff.
by darkinside 8 years ago
why bad things hapen to good people.sure good things happen to bad also.but we can foeget that....severe problem is the bad happenings to good people....i recently read a bookhaving this title...can you speak about the logic behind it??
by Firoz 5 years ago
Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?
by Wendi M 8 years ago
I apologize if this comes off as a poor, poor, me forum...but in all honesty I am sitting on my pity pot right now!My step-dad was in a bad motorcycle accident almost two weeks ago. The doctors still don't know if they can save his leg. I have spent the last eleven days driving three...
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