Carol's Questions; Ray's Responses
I ask lots of questions as I seek to understand things spiritual.
My husband Ray gives amazing responses.
Perhaps others can also benefit from his wisdom.
People thank God for helping them through ‘the bad’. Didn't God create this ‘bad’?
This question was prompted from a scene in the movie Fireproof, but I've struggled with this concept a lot.
A fireman almost gets hit by an oncoming train. He thanks God for not getting killed.
Wasn't God responsible for the train that almost killed him? A blunt question to illustrate my dilemma—is it reasonable to thank a near-murderer for
not actually murdering us? Why do religious people only recognize the saving part, but not the fact that God caused
what was needed to be saved from?