The most common question asked after a tragedy such as the Oklahoma tornado, is how can a loving God allow such tragedy? The implication is that since such tragedy occurred, God must not be loving. God’s original plan for mankind was a perfect life of ease and bliss in the Garden. God gave mankind the free choice to accept or reject that plan. But He did warn that suffering and death would follow a rejection.
That suffering and death is not God’s will for man. His will was and is the perfect ease and bliss.
That suffering and death is not God’s punishment for man rejecting His plan. It is just the reality of life outside of God’s best. However, even though the rejection, the suffering and death, was man’s choice, God was not content to stand aside and watch him suffer without doing something about it …
Continued in go about doing good