God has His reasons.
Christians say that a lot when life doesn’t go according to plan. I’ve said it myself. But I’m rethinking how much I say it lately. Because implied in God has His reasons is the comfort that one day we’ll know what those reasons are and they will be justifiable to us – if not soon, on earth, then when we finally get to Heaven and talk to Him at last.
Whew, we’ll say, I was really wondering what you were thinking when you allowed that unforeseen health crisis to happen and I was uninsured. At the time it seemed like the worst thing imaginable, but I know You had Your reasons, so…
And God will say, “Oh, right. Well, see, I knew that you’d have that inheritance coming down the pike and it would all work out in the end, so, no harm no foul.”
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