alexdoesthebloggingthing asked:
Hi, I have made a side blog based on the humanist approach in psychology and inconguence. It is called thethreeselvesproject and I queued your post about the subject. I hope that's okay. If it's not, I will delete it and like instead. Thank you x

Hi, yes that’s fine :) x

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Everything happens for a reason

God has a reason for allowing things to happen. We may never understand his wisdom, but we simply have to trust his will. - Psalm 37:5

I have always believed that God has a plan for everyone, and it’s the things that we experience and our mistakes we learn from that enable us to live and find our purpose. 

Have you ever thought to yourself, "why has God given me these flaws?" Or "why am I always struggling in life?" Or "why is it that good things happen to people who don’t deserve it?" It’s because God has planned it that way. Have you ever gone through something difficult and got something good out of it and thought that it wouldn’t have happened if you hadn’t gone through the difficult situation? Or maybe you didn’t get something out of it, but someone else did? My point exactly; sometimes difficult times motivates us to try harder in life, be more ambitious or generous so that we won’t experience that low point again.

Have you ever wondered how some of those billionaires earned their wealth when some of them came from nothing? You think that if they were already quite comfortable and financially stable that they will have the same drive and ambition to make the most of themselves with added wealth than if they were born poor? Maybe. But for the sake of the point I’m trying to make, maybe not.

God never puts us in situations he knows we cannot handle. But without a test there cannot be a testimony. So trust in the Lord and praise him through your ups and downs. He knows what He’s doing.