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It is in fact cold comfort to say to a heart-broken person whose only child has been killed or whose husband has been fearfully injured, “This is not God’s doing or God’s will; we live in a disordered world in which evil has been let loose; we must expect these things where sin reigns; but keep trusting God.” How infinitely more comforting, more biblical and more glorifying to God it is to say with Amos in defiant faith: “If disaster falls has not the Lord been at work” (Amos 3:6).

It is in fact cold comfort to say to a heart-broken person whose only child has been killed or whose husband has been fearfully injured, “This is not God’s doing or God's will; we live in a disordered world in which evil has been let loose; we must expect these things where sin reigns; but keep trusting God.” How infinitely more comforting, more biblical and more glorifying to God it is to say with Amos in defiant faith: "If disaster falls has not the Lord been at work" (Amos 3:6).

Reference:   The Enigma of Evil: Can we believe in the Goodness of God? Zondervan, 1985, p. 44, www.zondervan.com.


Author: John Wenham
Topics: Evil-Problem
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To Christ the Bible is true, authoritative, inspired, to Him the God of the Bible is the living God, and the teaching of the Bible is the teaching of the living God. To Him what the Scripture says, God says.

To Christ the Bible is true, authoritative, inspired, to Him the God of the Bible is the living God, and the teaching of the Bible is the teaching of the living God. To Him what the Scripture says, God says.


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At the heart of the story stands the cross of Christ where evil did its worst and met its match.

At the heart of the story stands the cross of Christ where evil did its worst and met its match.


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At the heart of the story stands the cross if Christ where evil did its worst and met its match.

At the heart of the story stands the cross if Christ where evil did its worst and met its match.


Author: John Wenham