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  • Why Suffering? (part 2)

    Would we consider suffering a good gift instead of a reason to rebel against our trainer? If you think about it, why would God put us on a hard earth for a short time if we were meant to end faith if their is no doubt in heaven), sitting in grief (no grief in heaven), and sacrificial love (why

  • Why Suffering? (part 1)

    What makes this suffering even more unfair is that it was her own sacrificial love that ruined her. So why all this suffering for a person that just doesn’t deserve the pain? What if suffering fades like grasses in the fields but acts of love are eternal, like diamonds.  Suffering is temporary, it can only last as long as a lifetime.  So, why suffering? I don’t know.

  • Theology of Suffering

    I think the problem we have with brutal suffering allowed by a good God starts with a wrong assumption How epic could the story be if there was no deep suffering to be redeemed? And all suffering is a nearing to that freedom. Is this not God’s argument to the man who knew the most suffering? Of course the suffering is not good, but our God who has a plan to allow it is good.

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  • Art and Story worship | by author/Illustrator Raw Spoon

    the Cross" are traditionally 14 art pieces meant to help Christians contemplate 14 moments of Jesus' suffering Like in many of these mandalas the trinity sign is in the middle signifying that despite all the suffering We can see the suffering on his swollen, blood-stained face, under the weight of the cross in the middle story-padre-pedro-s-garden Play Video Play Video 06:27 He Sinks our Boats This is a story to describe why found here: Play Video Play Video 04:27 House Why

  • Coloring Book | RawSpoon (july 2020)

    These contemplative art pieces are meant to remind us Jesus understands our suffering by reminding us

  • secret burden poem | RawSpoon (july 2020)

    Yet each day I’m planted in new soil ​ Why O Lord, When justice cuts to bone, You send me not to noose

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