All the things that happen in my life are divinely inspired and they happen for a purpose. Not because God wants them to happen, but because our decisions have unavoidable consequences and because nature is an untamable beast that is always on the prowl.
But there is tremendous difference between a God who orders the chaos and a God who causes it. But since that experience, some extraordinary things have happened to me.
But there was no grander narrative behind these moments, no deeper meaning to be discovered if we simply read the signs correctly. We Everything in life happens for a reason to be open to the pain and difficulty, to be truly open to what it is we are supposed to gain from an experience.
And that every experience in your life, was designed to shape you and reform you into the ultimate and greatest version, that could ever imagine yourself to be.
We go after pleasure while trying to avoid pain in the short term. I Will Never Spam You! But I realized that this experience and this situation was meant for me to thrive. In Times of Happiness By far, the most victorious of all happen stances, when it all comes together in one moment, the AHA moment, as the metaphorical photo finally develops.
An unfinished product, always growing, learning and experiencing. Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass 2 "Eventually all things fall into place. Regardless of any potential "reason" such a God would choose to does this things, if indeed God had a hand in intentionally causing them to occur, then that God is not the God of the Gospels.
So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. But you can control how you respond.
Here is some sage advice about just this point: We all have 3 faces. All I could think about was the fact that human beings were meant to thrive, not just survive. Why is that important?
It says that God is a God who apparently delights in suffering. When you failed that test you needed to pass in order to maintain your G. The truth is we live in a broken world, and in such a world, terrible, meaningless things happen.
Often, you will never get over those biggest heartbreaks in life.
And thrive I have. Michael Jordan Just remember that you can survive anything that you set your mind too, and while it may not feel like it at the time, you will survive your break up. That reason causes change. Some will hurt, betray and make us cry. It is a good and holy thing to want to console our friends who are suffering, but more often than not the greatest comfort you can give is the silence that accompanies a listening ear, a loving shoulder to cry on, and the promise of prayer.
Our testimony, and our gift of grace to those to suffer, will be found in our willingness to suffer with them, to walk with them through the valley of the shadow of death so that they know they are not alone.
However, there are 5 underlying reasons why I feel that everything happens for a reason in life. Even when these are tragedies outside of our control, there is a reason for them.
You have to turn that mess into a message. We actually go backwards.There is a reason you ought never to say to someone who has endured a loss that "everything happens for a reason." Often it doesn't, at least not for any reason related to the victim. It is not good to personalize every bad event in our lives, and this is exactly what the author would lead the reader to do/5(81).
There's no rhyme or reason to them. They just happen.
But, the more I think about it, the more I've come to realize I was wrong. Everything does happen for a reason. When you got that new job you were hoping for, that happened for a reason -- you applied for it, you interviewed well, and the company thought you were the best candidate for the job.
Originally Answered: Are there such things as coincidences, or does everything happen for a reason? Yes, there are such things as coincidences. There are 7bn people on the planet, and they all do / hear / think / see / wish for thousands of things every day.
6) "Someday, everything will make perfect sense. So for now, laugh at the confusion, smile through the tears, be strong and keep reminding yourself that everything happens for a reason." -- John Mayer.
7) "Do you believe that there are no coincidences in life? Everything happens for a reason. When I did, I really questioned whether everything happens in life for a reason. But somewhere, in the back of my mind, I heard the voice of God. I knew that only He could turn a mess into a message, a test into a testimony, a trial into a.
Everything happens for a reason, even if we don’t yet see or understand the reason(s). The message will continue to be sent until it is received. You still haven’t received the message.
You can’t see the forest for the trees in situations like yours.Download