Why Does God Allow Disasters?

In yesterday’s 03/10/2022 devotional and Tuesday’s 03/08/2022, we dealt with the subject of suffering. In that context of which I noted two things, first, all God’s chosen saints will suffer, and second something I termed universal suffering (natural disasters). Here is a short audio clip from R.C. Sproul on the subject.

The Lord does not owe us freedom from suffering in this world. On today’s episode of Ultimately with R.C. Sproul, Dr. R.C. Sproul considers how the reality of God’s grace teaches us to see tragedy and disaster with the right perspective.

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