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January 03, 2012

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There's probably a reason why whoever came up with that second one wanted to remain anonymous. We would do well to ask why God does allow poverty, suffering, and injustice. When we do, what we find is that poverty is often more of a state of mind than it is a real problem. Just like he feed the sparrows, most people who are in poverty would have their needs taken care of if they would put in some work to gather what he provides. Suffering, though unpleasant, is often the school master that teaches us of our need for God. As for injustice, God does not allow injustice. Though he may delay justice for a few years or a few decades, all of us will die eventually. As for spiritual justice, Jesus paid the price that justice demands and offers salvation to all who will accept it.

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