Our God is a God of miracles. He is not selfish. He does not like to see us suffer or do without. The enemy would like to make you believe God is not a good God, but the book of Hebrews states what is tried and true: “He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him” (Heb. 11:6). I have found no truth more liberating than this, and I have seen people who lack this understanding suffer lifetimes of frustration, wondering about the character of God. If someone ever embraces the idea

that God’s character is somehow flawed, then all sorts of troubling questions follow. If God is good, then how can there be suffering in the world? If God is unfair, then why should anyone trust Him? Such questions illustrate how the enemy infiltrates the minds of humankind. Even the insurance industry refers to a horrible natural disaster as an “act of God.” Have you ever wondered why no one asks the converse of the question? If God is a bad God, then why is there so much good in the world? How do you explain the good, the order of the universe and other miracles? READ MORE