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Exception to medical issues, bad things that happens 2 us, is it because we did something wrong?
All karma must be paid. Jesus told us this. Those who live by the sword shall die by the sword.
Numbers 14:18 also tells us this. Only the guilty pay for their past crimes -- the sins of the father who is reborn and pays in the 3rd or 4th generation. The lesson of Jacob and Esau also taught us this -- that Esau's past crimes caught up with him even in his mother's womb.
But it seems that payment is not complete unless we are grateful to God for everything that happens to us. This includes medical issues.
If we love God, Jesus, our fellow humans and even our enemies, then our focus of attention is on good. The feelings we have are our asking. And we have only to ask and then we will receive. Too many think one thing, but ask for something entirely different. By their worry, they are creating an environment toward which they can continue to worry. God wants us to be fearless.
And, without faith it is impossible to please God (Heb. 11:6).
So, "bad" things are blessings in disguise.
As immortal children of God, when we take 100% responsibility with love, we can never be a victim. We regain immortality within His loving arms.
God uses everything for His good purpose. Bad things happen to good people. Sometimes it is hard to see what good could come of somethings, but God works His will for good even in bad. If a child is raped, is it because that child has done something wrong? I do not believe that it is so. I do believe though that God will take this horrable vile thing and turn it to good somehow and somewhere someday.
We do not know the ripple affect that anything or anyone can have.
God uses the weak and broken to bring His perfection and strength to light.
Nahhhh, Usually something is left even if it is over, yet making it right could mean just a bit of spice and pleasant conversation.
by darkinside7 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...
by pmorries5 years ago
Can't bad things just happen? Or, do bad things happen for a reason?Some people act like it is one's own fault that one gets cancer (e.g., not eating right) or getting robbed (one acted like a victim) or even for...
by Keith Schroeder4 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 ii3rittles6 years ago
Why do bad things happen to people that don't deserve it?
by Susan Reid6 years ago
I deliberately didn't post this in the Religion forum:-)(although spiritual and anti-spiritual, serious and flip answers of all shapes/sizes welcome).Mostly just reaching out to see who might have personal experiences...
by Firoz4 years ago
Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?
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