Why God (Sometimes) Doesn’t Heal People We Love

I’m at the emergency room. Today was not a good day. I decided to go horseback riding, something I haven’t done in a few years. It turned out to be a big mistake! I got on the horse and started out slow, but then we went a little faster before I knew it, we were going as fast as the horse could go. I couldn’t take the pace and fell off, but caught my foot in the stirrup with the horse dragging me. It wouldn’t stop. Thank goodness the manager at Toys-R-Us came out and unplugged the machine. But He had the nerve to take the rest of my quarters so I wouldn’t attempt to ride the Elephant. 😉
Why God  (sometimes) doesn’t heal people we love:
http://annvoskamp.com/2017/10/why-god-doesnt-heal-people-we-love-brutally-honest-psalms-3/
Life oftentimes confronts us with unexpected circumstances, which leave us in a state of despondency, fear and anxiety. We begin to question God’s love for us. We wonder if we can really trust Him. At such times, there are three absolute truths about God that we must believe if we are to trust Him. We live under the three-fold umbrella of: 1. God’s perfect love, 2. His infinite wisdom and 3. His absolute control.”
—-Charles Stanley
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One Response to Why God (Sometimes) Doesn’t Heal People We Love

  1. Gianna says:

    This was a funny post, I enjoyed it. I thought it was serious at first. HaHA

    <3 Gianna

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