Thank you much Sistren for answering so deeply, It took me a while to read everything and overstand... IanI disagree with one part... or rather, have a different opinion, "WHY BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE?
Some think that the book of Job is trying to answer the age-old question, "Why do bad things happen to good people?" Well, the answer is simple if you don't believe in God. You simply say that life is full of chances. Without God you don't have to answer the question. But for people who believe in God the question is even harder, "If God is love and has all the power to remove suffering, why does He allow good people to suffer?" Tough question, isn't it? In fact, not only is it tough to answer, IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO ANSWER! "
I believe that Jah put people through trials and tribulations to make them know themselves.. to understand more of their livity, and know that even in touguh times Jah is by their side... like that poem "footsteps".. When Jah walks aside a man on the beach.... not sure if the I has heard of it? ... but IanI think that through every rocky time in life, there is teachings to be taken out of them... you learn from your experiences...seen?? then when one is going through similar situations or have a friend whos going through one much the same can sit back and put it into perspective and just spread good vibes and love and let them know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.. bad times lead to good... and more understanding... thanks Sistren for the teachings ... IanI am reading the bible all the way through.. not verses all over the place... right now up to II chronicles 15.... so more questions soon come!!! Glad to reason again.. it sbeen too long!! Blessings.... Peace love and guidance
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