Our world has suffered a number of natural disasters recently: two major hurricanes devastated areas of the U.S., and earthquake in Mexico claimed nearly 100 lives, just to name a few. As Christians, these kinds of events can threaten to shake our faith. How are we to interpret them? Is God angry at the world? Is He trying to teach us something? Is He punishing us? These five Christian leaders offer some insight into how to view natural disasters from a biblical perspective. Hopefully these quotes will strengthen your faith and encourage you that God is in control no matter what. <p><p> Photo courtesy: ©Thinkstock/whiteson
What may we conclude, if anything at all, about the tragedy in Houston? What lessons does the Bible teach us as we try to make sense of this event? What is the relationship of God’s sovereignty to the devastation of this hurricane? Here are ten things to keep in mind.
It happened in 2005 with Hurricane Katrina. It happened in 2011 with the tornado "Super Outbreak". And now we're watching it happen in Texas with Hurricane Harvey. With each natural disaster that has ravaged America's communities, believers and nonbelievers alike have been left asking, "Why, God?". <p>In the aftermath of disaster and doubt, here are 5 powerful things Beth Ann Baus invites us to remember:
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