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Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People? – PART 5

God Plus Me Many people do not consider the possibility of spiritual warfare as a valid premise in explaining things that happen to them in their world. But, if we refuse to acknowledge the battle between God and Satan as a fundamental fact, then nothing that happens in life or its constant onslaught of problems […]

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People? – PART 4

The Anatomy of Bitterness Against God Why is life so “unfair”? Why are so many things in life, “just wrong”!? Why do the bad things often seem to out weigh the good?  And, how can a “good God” let all these bad things keep happening; like injustice and unanswered prayers and abused children? When nothing […]

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People? – PART 3

Putting The Devil Back Into The Equation As we have eluded to in parts 1 and 2, to make any sense out of the senseless things that happen to people, we must put the Devil back into the equation. For too many generations the Enemy has tried to obscure himself and his doings in the […]

How Is It That This Brainwashing Thing Works So Well?

We do not just come here by accident, a meaningless blob of protoplasm that appears without reason and disappears forever, after we “die”. The good and bad news is that we never “die”. We never cease to “be”. Jesus said, “he who seeks to save his life will loose it and he who looses his […]

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People? – PART 2

Free Will and The Great Deception I will digress here for a few moments to set up the back story on sin: This is exactly what Eve said when God asked her what happened in the garden. She said “the Serpent deceived me, and I ate”, (Genesis 3:13). What she answered was absolutely true, though […]

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People? PART I

Why Do Good People Suffer Along With Bad People? How can a good God who is all knowing and all powerful let these bad things happen to innocent people? How is He not guilty of wrong doing himself in such a case? And how does even asking these questions not put us in jeopardy of […]

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