The Blame Game


The sermon Sunday was titled “Loving the God Jesus Knows: Trusting a Good God When the World Goes Crazy.”

The Scripture was John 9 where Jesus’ disciples asked Jesus who’s sin caused a certain man to be blind — was it the man’s sin or his parents’ sin? Jesus answered it was neither. Some bad things happen for reasons other than sin, specifically in this case Jesus said it was so that the work of God could be shown in the blind’s man life.

What I got out of it: It’s not always somebody’s fault.

The other thing I got out of it: Blame is an attempt to make things make sense.

Sometimes thing just don’t make sense.

And that’s OK.

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One thought on “The Blame Game

  1. Dani says:

    I couldn’t agree more. I wish more of the world could understand that accidents, bad things, and unexplainable are sometimes just that for us. Only God knows everything so why does everyone think they can explain everything.

    I love following your blog it gives me new and different things to think about.

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