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Why God gave us problems


5 Reasons, As To Why God Uses Problems

The problems that you face, will either defeat you or develop you, depending on how, you respond to them. Unfortunately, most people fail to see, as to how God wants to use problems, for good causes, in their respective lives. They react foolishly, and resent their problems, rather than pausing to consider, as to what benefits, they might bring.

Here are five ways, that God wants to use the problems, in your life:-

1.God Uses Problems, To DIRECT You

Sometimes, God must light a fire under you, to get you moving. Problems often point us, in new directions, and motivate us, to change. Is God trying, to get your attention? Sometimes it takes

a painful situation, to make us change, our ways.

2. God Uses Problems, To INSPECT You .

People, are like tea bags. If you want to know, as to what is inside them, just drop them, into hot water! Has God tested your faith, with a problem? What do problems reveal, about you? When you have many kinds of troubles, you should be full of joy; because you know that these troubles, test your faith; and this will give you, patience."

3. God Uses Problems, To CORRECT You .

S ome lessons we learn only through pain and failure.

It's likely that as a child your parents told you not to touch a hot stove.

But you probably learned by being burned. Sometimes we only learn

the value of something... health, money, a relationship. ..

by losing it. "It was the best thing that could have happened to me,

for it taught me to pay attention to your laws."

4. God Uses Problems To PROTECT U

A problem can be, a blessing in disguise, if it prevents you from

being harmed, by something more serious. Last year, a friend of mine

was fired from his job, only for having refused to do, something unethical, that his boss

had asked him, to do. That friend's unemployment, was a problem, but that

itself saved him, from being convicted and sent to prison, a year

later; when the actions of the Management of his previous office, were eventually discovered.

"You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good...

5. God Uses Problems, To PERFECT You

Problems, when responded to correctly, are character builders.

God, is far more interested in your character, than in your comfort.

Your relationship with God, and your character, are the only two

things that you are going to take with you, into eternity.

"We can rejoice, when we run into problems. T

hey help us learn, to be patient. Patience, develops strength of character, in us; and helps us trust God more, each time that we use it, until finally our hope and faith, are strong and steady."

God, is at work in your life, even when you do not recognize it, or understand it. But it is much easier and more profitable, when you cooperate, with Him.

"Success can be measured, not only in achievements, but in lessons learned, lives touched, and moments shared, along the way"

From India, Coimbatore
Hi As usaual...a beautiful article!! Really liked reading it. Keep posting! Regards, Nidhi
From India, Gurgaon
Hello Peer,
As usual, a nice & practical Posting from you :-)
I may add--it's come out very true in my life so many times that I now stopped counting.
Sometimes when HE doesn't give/make-happen what we want, just take it that HE is planning to give something MUCH better ['better' as per HIS definition, not our's]--but only when HE thinks the time has come, NOT when we think we want it--and carry on with life as we have been doing until then.
The only thing that would lead us to judge whether it's HIM in action or not while we are going thru the situation is to learn to discriminate. Then even the most tough of life's problems can be handled with ease--NOT without pain mind you, for pain & ease are different.
This Posting reminds me of a similar one titled: The 2-legs & 4-legs Story about HIM.
Keep going Peer.

From India, Hyderabad
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