I hear there’s a saying amongst doctors
“All Bleeding must stop!”
And basically what that means is that there must be an end to every problem. So either the bleeding stops because the cause has been dealt with or the heart is no longer pumping blood either way the bleeding must eventually stop.
I think it is one of the most profound ways to look at any situation that we find ourselves. I believe we Christians have a saying similar to this also:
I see so much pain and heartache around me these days from people with unanswered prayers. It’s the continuous “when lord when?!” Or the “pastor M why doesn’t he just answer?” It makes it harder because you know this…
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