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God loves all of us and he doesnt like to see this

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God loves all of us, and He doesn't like to see this occur to us. We were born sinners and that is the direct consequence of all the bad things that have happened. God as well tends to put us to the test of bringing us closer to him. Consider Job for instance, God allowed Satan to take away even his own wellbeing from him, but Job never pulled away. God then rewarded us even more than ever before. As we stand firm in our faith and belief in the will of the Lord, even though it doesn't make much sense or harm us, God will reward us with more than we have. God seems to have a purpose for us all and it is indeed essential to everyone to strive to be a good servant throughout. According to Chapter 7 in the textbook, how might the problem of evil and suffering lead one to the conclusion that moral absolutes exist? We all are devised with an instinctive sense of right and wrong. We were designed that way because that is how we are transformed into an wise, spiritual person. These moral certainties differ from person to person and culture to culture but nearly all malevolent and hardship are viewed in the same way. Because we are made by god who fully understands the difference between good and evil, we are formed to understand the same thing which highlights the fact of the objective truths (Beginning of Wisdom, 2015). References: The beginning of wisdom an introduction to Christian thought and life. (2015). - christian-thought-and-life/v2.1/#/chapter/Introduction
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Topic 6 Overview. (2017). CWV-101: Christian Worldview. Phoenix, AZ : Grand Canyon University.
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