Why ask why? There really is not time for that, asking why. I have thought this for some time, but recently had it confirmed as I listened to Joel Osteen messages.
Life is confusing. Often we come across experiences that make no sense. History proves unfair at many crossroads.
Yet, we wonder what the underlying cause was. There are often more questions that come from experiences than answers. Some of these questions might include: why me, what did that happen for, what caused this, what did I do wrong?
Many times I have thought of the story about the houses in the Bible. There were two houses, one was built on the rock, the other built on sand. The revelation that comes to my mind is that the storms came to both houses. This says to me, none of us are devoid of storms in life.
The other Bible verse which Pastor Osteen quoted is that rain comes to both the just and the unjust (Matthew 5:45). We know that the sun can't shine forever or all we would have is desert lands. We need seasons of rain too. Keep reading in the first comment please 😘😘