Why Does God Allow Hurricanes?

By   •   September 14, 2018   •   Topics:

Why would a loving God allow such terrible things like hurricanes to happen? They interrupt our way of life, cause massive destruction and even death.

God doesn’t promise us an earthly life free of problems—nor does He cause them—but He does promise He’ll never leave us if we put our trust in His Son, Jesus Christ.

Jesus provides a bridge between us and God. It’s through Jesus that God promises eternal life with Him in heaven—where there will be no suffering of any kind. In heaven, the Bible tells us, “There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain” (Revelation 21:4). Not only that—Jesus can guide us through the chaos, comfort us in our troubles and give us new purpose in life.

God’s plan isn’t for you or your loved ones to suffer. He does love you and wants to be there for you through the confusion, sorrow and grief.

Will you invite Him into your life today and experience His love and peace for yourself?

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  1. Nova says:

    Billy Graham was a Godly man.

  2. Rex says:

    May God be with the ones who are suffering, and may all know that He loves us all. Amen.

  3. Edward Hunter says:

    We need to maintain an eternal perspective if we are to understand the importance and place of misery, evil, hardship and all other circumstances of this life. From Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, we learn that to know good from evil is the primary purpose for this mortal experience. The Scriptures teach that there needs to be opposition in all things if we are to realize the purpose of this mortal stage. In short, none of the difficulties we encounter here on Earth are available in heaven while living with our Heavenly Father. God always turns suffering to our benefit. Great good comes from disaster. If we die, we die unto God. Heaven is the prize awaiting those who live by faith in Him.

  4. Troy Romero says:

    Thank God for his son, Jesus Christ, family, good friends and beautiful weather.