Questioning God’s Compassion…a response

Questioning God’s compassion: “How can God sit and watch Humanity suffer? He watched His Sinless Son suffer. Matt.27:46”

Christian response,

Unbeknownst to many, our entire creation is the resultant of an unfathomable rebellion, a war, a coup d’état, that manifest in the Kingdom of God before the creation of Time. You and I are players within a cosmic struggle between good v. evil that has been removed from the Kingdom of God and placed upon this Earth and partially constrained by Time and physics (Genesis 3:15; 1 John 3:8b). As opposed to asking why God could allow so much suffering, if you truly knew the extent of evil that inundates our World, both in the physical and spiritual, you would ask how it is that any sense of peace is possible? Jesus Christ entered Time to obtain victory by destroying the works of the Devil (1 John 3:8b) and we are participatory warriors in that struggle as declared in Genesis 3:15. Though Jesus defeated Satan, death, Hell, the grave, at Golgotha, the spiritual war continues for the souls of men and women, daily; hence, physiological and emotional and spiritual suffering and strife.

We are warriors in this fight between good v. evil whether or not one realizes it or desires it and you and I have been placed here at this particular juncture in Time for a specific reason. You have the option to ally with God by grace through faith in the Son, Jesus Christ, as your King and ultimately find victory in Time and Eternity in His Name – or – you can reject Jesus as Lord and lose both body and soul in Hell in servitude to Satan by default; these are your only two-options. Jesus said that the faithful who endure to the end will be saved relevant to those who face the coming Tribulation era. It would be worth your time to investigate what I have told you and come to an understanding of the reality of the World you live in and the options that confront you daily. Evil and suffering will grow worse and worse until the King of Peace returns and initiates His Millennial Kingdom in Jerusalem, Israel subsequent to the Tribulation era.

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

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