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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

lot of why


Lot of why
I was reading a post by Mike Print and a comment left by someone. The post was why dose God allow bad thing to happen. I think we have all at some point in our lives asked that question. There some who may have the answer? And then again maybe they do not.  I hear those that say “god does not exist that thing just happen its just nature”.

Now I ask you to think about this for a bit.  Here is a young couple just starting out in life they are good people.  Nature takes its course and along come Susie and Johnny two lovely kids. Now they are taught right from wrong. They are given rule to live by, and the day comes when they get their first two wheel bike. They learn to ride with training wheels. Then comes the day that the training comes off and they have to ride without the safety net of the training wheels. Now they are in control of their world. They are the boss they go where they want. The parents want their kid to ride safely and stay out of the street. But Johnny rides into the street and is killed by an oncoming car. This is a simple story sad but it is a true story. I don’t know how many times this story will happen today.  

Some may say why did the parent of those children let this happen, why did they give those kids a bike in the first place, it s their fault that the child is dead. We live in a universe of wills, all thing living and that exists have a will to exists. Bad thing happen because we do not use our will wisely it the choices we make every moment of the day to do without thinking about the outcome.

In the story the parents out of love started a family, out of love they taught their children how to live, out of love they gave them a bike, out of love they morn their loss. God made man there is no question about that. Believe it or not it is for you to do. Out of love god made the universe for us. Out of love he gave us free will, out of love he guides us, and out of love he taught us. Out of love we will be given all that we ask when it is safe for us. So Eat what is on your plate and you will have cake and ice cream.

Think you and god bless

11 comments:

Alfandi said...

I lost my 12 year son just like the way you described..bicycle..there were anger in my head and heart..God had taken away my child..more than a year now..questions? We just let go and move on...

Roy Durham said...

Dear alfandi l know the loss. my little sister was on her way to school and a bus jump the curb and killed her it was not Gods choice. it was the choices made by all involved that took her away. i am sure he welcome her with open arms. i know your son was also. God bless

Corinne Rodrigues said...

Thank you for this Roy. You are a man of deep and practical faith - the best kind there is.

geezersayzblog said...

Roy, these are terrible, terrible things. I don't know how anyone could deal with such things without a deep, abiding faith in God. Thank you for this, although it is so sad to think about.

Jessica M said...

Roy, I've heard this topic debated, discussed and all with intellectual jargon that escapes most of us. You really condensed it all so well with simplicity and truth. Thank you.

mikegprint said...

Thanks Roy, really helpful story which indicates God's role and our role in life and suffering. God loves us so much that he gives us freedom and lets us choose what we do with it! Great post and great insight,

Thanks for the link,

Mike

melissa said...

You are so you Roy...and I just simply say how wise you have become from all the experiences you've had.

We always have someone to blame for our mistakes and misfortunes... but life goes with everything in it.

It takes time to see the wisdom in everything so be patient :)

Mari Sterling Wilbur said...

Roy, a very wise post. Right to the point and very true in my estimation. Thank you for your insight.

Bongo said...

I am a Christina...and still and will never understand free will...I know he's there..but I know I am not or can not understand his ways//and still the questions remains in my heart...WHY?..As always..OXOXOXOX

Rimly said...

Roy your post really touched me. It just reflects your deep faith in God. very deep and moving

http://rimlybezbaruah.blogspot.com/2011/07/last-dance.html

Mary said...

Roy, your words hold truth and wisely spoken. When good things happen to people you seldom hear 'Thank You God', but when bad things happen people are quick to blame God, never realizing that God doesn't necessarily 'allow' bad things to happen, it is part of our path. There are good and bad that happens in our lives. They are the threads of our intricate self. It's what makes us unique.

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