it is important to see that sometimes the pain in your life is no one’s fault. sometimes the problems in your life, you can’t blame anybody for.
one day JESUS was walking down the street and HE found a man who was born blind. HE was blind from birth. the disciples looked at the man and said to JESUS, “ok, LORD, who sinned? this man or his parents?” implying that he had this problem because of sin. and that’s a common therapy today; it’s either your fault or your parent’s fault. the idea is still around. it’s either blame yourself or blame your parents. that’s the reason for every problem in your life. it’s not a new idea.
but when they asked JESUS whose fault it was, JESUS said, “neither. it’s neither the man’s fault or the parents’ fault. john 9 says, this happened so the work of GOD maybe displayed in his life.
sometimes there’s a problem in your life so that the work of GOD may be displayed in your life. regardless of why you have the problem that you have that’s unsolvable, unchangeable, unexplainable, uncontrollable. regardless of the problem, regardless of the source whether it came from the world, the devil, yourself, or you don’t know where, you still need the same response every time – trust in the loving care of GOD.
philippians 4.6-7, don’t worry about anything; instead pray about everything. tell GOD your needs and don’t forget to thank HIM for HIS answers. if you do this, you will experience GOD’s wonderful peace which is far more wonderful than the human mind can understand.
that’s the path to peace. trust GOD’s loving care in the situation.
just a thought from the front porch…