Does God Protect Us From All Harm And Danger?

Does God Protect Us From All Harm And Danger?

While God is all-powerful and can protect us from any harm or danger, it is not always His will to do so. In fact, the Bible teaches that we will face trials and difficulties in this life. In John 16:33, Jesus says, “In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

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God allows us to face challenges and difficulties for various reasons, such as to strengthen our faith, to teach us important lessons, or to bring about His purposes in our lives. However, even in the midst of trials and difficulties, God promises to be with us and to give us the strength and courage we need to face them.

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It’s also important to note that sometimes harm and danger can come as a result of our own choices or the choices of others. In these situations, God may not intervene to prevent the harm, but He can still work in and through the situation to bring about good.

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Ultimately, we can trust that God is always working for our good and His glory, even in the midst of difficult circumstances. As Romans 8:28 says, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”

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One thought on “Does God Protect Us From All Harm And Danger?

  1. I remember reading a book by Tish Harrison Warren called Prayer in the Night. Regarding the idea that God would keep “bad things” from happening to us, she realized that God didn’t even keep bad things from happening to Himself! That truth made her have to stop writing for a few days.

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