God’s Plan or Man’s Misunderstanding

purpose sick and disease

When I witness Christians who have been sick, struck with a tragedy or death, I often hear them or a loved one comment that it is God’s plan for them.  God took everything  from them for some reason which they do not know. They also say, “God does not heal everyone and maybe He needed them in heaven.”  They comment that you never know why God does not heal, why God is doing this or allowing this sickness, disease tragedy or death and on and on.  

Here is the answer!

There is NO purpose from God for any of these things!

Because He is NOT the author of any of life’s junk! 

Can we still bring Glory to God through a tragedy, sickness or disease? Of course. But it is not God’s plan to train you or teach you a lesson through these things. If it was then all those who have had the most tragedies would be the holiest and better than others.

God’s Word is what teaches us. It is an understanding and knowledge of HIM that trains us, grows us and brings wisdom, health, peace and freedoms. 

We live in a world where ‘stuff’ happens. But if you KNOW  who you are in Christ and what you have as a believer, you can take authority over all these things and speak life into every situation.  Life’s tragedies do not have to kill you or overtake you.

You have power & authority to raise the dead, heal the sick, (that includes you) and be doing even greater things than Christ.

(Matthew 10:8, John 14:12)

Start Believing God and not your own circumstances, religious beliefs or traditions.


http://www.cswmi.net  *  connie@cswmi.net  *   7201-308-4333



About Connie

Author, Artist and Minister of The Word. I am blessed to have found God's healing that has changed my life. My book, "FOREVER CHANGED' records these experiences to help encourage others in their quest for LOVE, TRUTH, and HEALING. Go to my web www.cswmi.org I am also able to share this as a Keynote speaker at events and gatherings. I have a video available documenting my story. Produced by Andrew Wommack Ministries.
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