Some Answers To Your Question on Suffering

Let’s say someone considers himself not a run-of-the-mill Christian. He’s been trying to be good, and he’s been trying to do good. If Christianity means filling up the forms and leaving no boxes unticked, he’s done a superb job in this area.

Then, you ask, in spite of all these, why do good people like him still suffer?

Good people. There is a sense in which we may misunderstand the term “good.” The Bible says no one’s good but God (Matthew 19:17). If a man is said to be “good,” he is such only according to the world’s standards. But back to the question: Why do you, or I, suffer?

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