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Quote:  C.S. Lewis - from The Problem of Pain

Quote: C.S. Lewis - from The Problem of Pain

The problem of reconciling human suffering with the existence of a God who loves is only insoluble so long as we attach a trivial meaning to the word ‘love’, and look on things as if man were the centre of them. Man is not the centre. God does not exist for the sake of man. Man does not exist for his own sake. ‘Thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created.’ We were made not primarily that we may love God (though we were made for that too) but that God may love us, that we may become objects in which the Divine love may rest ‘well pleased’. To ask that God’s love should be content with us as we are is to ask that God should cease to be God: because He is what He is, His love must, in the nature of things, be impeded and repelled, by certain stains in our present character, and because He already loves us He must labour to make us lovable.
When Jesus Chooses You - Acts 9.19-31  (Acts: The Gospel Is For Everyone - Part 8)

When Jesus Chooses You - Acts 9.19-31 (Acts: The Gospel Is For Everyone - Part 8)

I Want To See God - Acts 8.26-40 (Acts: The Gospel Is For Everyone - Part 6)

I Want To See God - Acts 8.26-40 (Acts: The Gospel Is For Everyone - Part 6)