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What the Bible Says About tragedy?

While pain and suffering are never enjoyable, God often allows them in our lives because he loves us so much, he is willing to allow us to experience short term problems so we will reap long-term pleasures in him. … Pain is often one of God’s most powerful tools in the purifying process.

Use absolute as a noun or an adjective when you’re so sure of something that you know it will never change. … Absolute can also mean “without any doubt,” as in the case of an absolute beauty — such as a glamorous movie star or a supermodel — or “without limits,” such as a dictator who has absolute power over the people.

Q. How do I become closer to God?

How to Get Closer to God

  1. Prayers for the Year. Grab a sheet of paper, a pen and some time to think. …
  2. Verse for the Month. Every month select a verse to memorize and pray over your family. …
  3. Hour for the Week. Devote one hour a week to spiritual education. …
  4. Routine for the Day. Create a brief—yes brief!

Q. How can I be strong in prayer?

I hope they will encourage you to make 2021 a year of prayer.

  1. Know to whom you are speaking. …
  2. Thank him. …
  3. Ask for God’s will. …
  4. Say what you need. …
  5. Ask for forgiveness. …
  6. Pray with a friend. …
  7. Pray the Word. …
  8. Memorize Scripture.

Q. Why does God allow us to go through so much pain?

Matthew 5:4 “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” There is comfort in the Lord for those who are mourning tragedy. Calling upon him in our times of need is not acting on weakness, it is showing that our trust has been put within him and that he is who we seek out in our times of grief.

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