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Sermon: Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?
You know a lot of times people come to me and have questions that I can't answer I wish I could but I can't and one of those questions is why does God allow bad things to happen well I don't know but I have prayed on this over the past couple of days and this is what The Lord gave me
So if your here today with some of the hard questions of life this is all I know to answer them with
Turn with me to the book of
25 He answered and said, Whether he be a sinner or no, I know not: one thing I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I see.
John was just 31 years old; he was a new father, and a dedicated Christian. He seemed to have everything going for him. John had a great family, a beautiful wife, and he loved them dearly. One day on his way to work John was met head on by a drunk driver who swerved into the opposite lane of traffic; John died instantly leaving his family alone and devastated.
Amy was newly married, and it did not take long until she was pregnant with her first child. Amy was the type of person that everybody loved to be around, she was fun, funny, and sweet. She had everything going for her; she was so excited about having a child. The doctors kept assuring Amy that the baby appeared perfectly healthy. The time came and Amy went into labor. She gave birth to a beautiful daughter, but the only bad thing was the baby was stillborn. This left the new couple devastated.
Sarah was a godly young girl. She was faithful and involved in church. She was a loving mother of three children when she found out she was pregnant again. She prayed and prayed for her baby to be born healthy, but when her son was born he was born with downs syndrome, leaving Sarah devastated.
Jane was in College, she was studying to be a doctor. She had everything going for her. She wasn’t your typical college student. She wasn’t wild and crazy, she was studious and smart. Everyone loved Jane. Jane had never had a boyfriend, in fact she had never kissed a guy, and she was saving herself for her husband. Finally, she met the guy of her dreams, and they were engaged to be married. She was out shopping for her wedding dress, and she was attacked on her way to her car and she was raped. All her innocence that she had been saving for her husband was taken away by some wicked man. This left her and her family devastated.