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Today I have spent time reflecting on God's care for his people. When pain arrives on our doorstep, when loss seems too great a burden, or when circumstances are wildly out of our control. God will not leave us in those moments of fear and despair. Our Father is by our side and reaching out to comfort his children. I can honestly say over the past few months I know I have done my share of ranting at God over my pain and frustration. Perhaps you have found yourself in that position in the past or find yourself amid trials now. In John chapter 9, a blind man is in need of sight. He echoes the struggles many of us face–trials, sickness, and loss. We often wonder, is God punishing me?  

“Now as Jesus passed by, He saw a man who was blind from birth. 2 And His disciples asked Him, saying, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?”3 Jesus answered, “Neither this man nor his parents sinned, but that the works of God should be revealed in him.” John 1:1-3 CSB

Dear family, even in the passage above, we see the common human thought that we are not worthy enough for Christ and that our trials must be a punishment for our sins. But Jesus has a different purpose in our struggles and pain. Christ already paid for our sin upon that Cross, and he is not seeking to punish us for what has already been paid.

If that man hadn’t been blind, if Lazarus hadn’t died, if the apostles in Acts weren’t thrown into prison… If we didn’t face trials and hardship, then we would miss the heroic plan of God’s redemption in our lives. We would never see our sin and weaknesses turned into God's masterpiece. We would think our lives are perfect when our souls are starving for our Creator.  As Christians we sometimes expect God to give us easy lives with little to no pain. We want the blessing without the persevering. We want God’s hand more than His heart. But without the pains of life, we are missing the beauty in the brokenness as we cry out to God for healing.

 My healing journey isn’t over, and neither is yours. I am thankful to walk with my Savior every step of the way.

In love,

Brittany Sharp

Student Ministry Director

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