Good can come from Suffering β›΅πŸŒŠπŸ•ŠοΈπŸŒˆ Good can come from Suffering β›΅πŸŒŠπŸ•ŠοΈπŸŒˆ

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BIBLE VERSE OF THE DAY πŸ“–

Isaiah 45:7 – “I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things.”

How to apply this Bible Verse to your life today! βœ…

Do you know the story of Noah’s Ark? You may have heard that Noah built a boat and saved the animals but have you heard why there was a flood in the first place?

Basically the entire world had become evil. The desire to do evil in man had completely taken over and nobody was good anymore except for Noah and his family, they were the only ones following God and living Godly lives. The evil had gotten so out of control that God decided to wipe mankind out with a flood and start again.

After the flood God created the rainbow as His sign to have a covenant with man, to never again punish man for their sins but wait until judgement day to judge man for their sins.

What does this have to do with our lives today? While we may not always understand it in the moment, good things can come from disaster. Good things can come from suffering.

God promises in the Bible nothing that the enemy will try to hurt you with will actually harm you. God will protect you.

No weapon formed against you shall prosper Isaiah 54:17

So if you are experiencing suffering in your life know that God is only allowing it because He can see the good that will come from the situation.

Suffering can mean we are being led away from situations or people that aren’t meant for us and being led to what is meant for us. Suffering can mean God is giving you opportunity to grow, to turn your weaknesses into something good, to strengthen your faith.

Trust that God knows what you are going through, He will not allow the enemy to harm you, but He will allow trials and tribulations if it serves a purpose.


1 in 7 Christians are being prosecuted for their beliefsβš οΈβ—πŸ˜²

The organization Open Doors which is a Christian Non Government organization has stated 1 in 7 Christians face either prosecution or discrimination for their beliefs.

They also stated the number of Christians persecuted worldwide has risen to five million in the last twelve months.

The Chief Executive of Open Doors stated the Islamic Extremists and autocratic regimes (a system of government where power is held by one ruler) their violence towards Christians has greatly increased. Violence has increased by 371% in the last year against Christians schools, churches, homes and hospitals.

For these reasons certain countries are no longer considered safe for Christians including India and China where violence against Christians is rapidly rising.

The worst countries for violence against Christians include; North Korea, Somalia, Libya, Eritrea, Yemen, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sudan, Iran, and Afghanistan.

Open Doors stressed more needs to be done worldwide to protect Christians and their religious beliefs.

Source: @insights


DISCUSSION πŸ’¬πŸ’»

  • What are your thoughts on today’s Bible Verse Isaiah 45:7
  • Do you think good can come from suffering?
  • Have you suffered discrimination for your beliefs?

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