If God is so perfect, then why did he create something so imperfect allowing pain, suffering and daily atrocities?

Well think of a time of you or someone that has been in pain or in suffering. Do you every think why god created Pain and suffering? I honestly don’t know why he creates it. Every one is imperfect so why did he create pain or suffering? I am carious why is that. I always thought because he wants us to experience pain and suffering to understand how he suffers on that cross that he died for our  sins. Honestly the first pain happens when Jesus was put on the cross dying for our sins. What do you think why he creates pain and suffering?

Imagine a person just got sad news that haves cancer and didn’t know what to do after they heard the news. Their bodies will go through suffering and pain because of the cancer is doing on their bodies. Why do you think god gave them the news of having cancer? It’s unfair that some people have cancer and some people don’t have cancer. Why do you think god put this person through the experience of having cancer? I have been in pain before and it is not that fun and it sometimes be hard on me. All I need to do is to have faith that Jesus Christ did this for a reason. I don’t know what reason it is but I am blindly having  faith in him. I love him for having my path of life in his hands.

2 thoughts on “If God is so perfect, then why did he create something so imperfect allowing pain, suffering and daily atrocities?

  1. Annemarie, I just read this out loud to my roomie Brant, and we were both so moved by your words. This is straight from your heart. God is so working in you anniemae. You are always my inspiration ! Love you Dad Ps,,, did you see Tommy’s comment?

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  2. The notion of perfect comes from the ability to have a response to every situation which based on our upbringing, be believe to have a thorough grasp on all the variables associated with responding to a situation. The truth, however, is that there are people that can see the future and direct our attention to their insertion of variables to repeatedly teach us that perfection exists (with foresight and hindsight) like a horizontal canvas of time. Adults in the middle class spend a lot of time trying to figure out who has the true vision of the “perfect future.” = be patient


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