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How God uses problems in our lives?
Troubles are a part of God’s growth process in our lives. No one is immune to it and no one can skate through life without it. God uses problems to draw us closer to Him. The times that we will be closest to God are usually our darkest, most broken, most abandoned [moments], and when the pain is the greatest.
How do you find your pain purpose?
Searching For Meaning In Your Pain
- Cause you to reflect and make new life choices.
- Deepen your compassion and empathy for others.
- Awaken gratitude and appreciation for what you have.
- Move you to take action and confront injustice.
- Inspire you to seek out healthier habits and relationships.
Does God care about small things?
Bringing everything to God in prayer means both the big and small things. His reminder to us to flee from anxiety and run to prayer in everything means He cares about it all. It means He is willing to bear the weight of all of our circumstances and hear the requests of everything we bring to Him.
Why does God use bad situations in our lives?
God will sometimes use bad situations in our lives to transform our character so that we can be more like His Son. 2. Reason #2 – To Prepare You For Bigger Plans If you’re a child of God, then God has a plan for your life.
Do we have to suffer for God’s purposes?
However, we still have to suffer the natural consequences in this life for our sins and bad choices. But God uses even those sufferings to mold and shape us for His purposes and our ultimate good. Trials and tribulations come with both a purpose and a reward.
What is God’s purpose for US in life?
As in all things, God’s ultimate purpose for us is to grow more and more into the image of His Son (Romans 8:29). This is the goal of the Christian, and everything in life, including the trials and tribulations, is designed to enable us to reach that goal.
Does God’s will really work all things together for good?
Well, no, it doesn’t. The Bible clearly teaches that God loves those who are His children, and He “works all things together for good” for us (Romans 8:28). So that must mean that the trials and tribulations He allows in our lives are part of the working together of all things for good.