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Listen To: The Problem of Suffering - Reasons2Believe
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Skeptics have been telling believers for years that if there’s suffering in the world, God can’t be both good and all powerful.  A good God who was all powerful could, and would eliminate suffering in the world. But what they forget, is that God originally created a perfect world and called it “good”.  See Genesis chapter 1. It was only due to Adam’s fall that the ground was cursed.  Ever since then, mankind has suffered.  But be of good cheer, for one day the Lord will make everything new and no more will suffering and injustice cover the earth.   All those who are called by His name will be reconciled to God and will live eternally in harmony with nature.