Why God Doesn’t Always Protect His Children

Beyond the age-old question of how a good God can allow evil to take place in His world is an even thornier question.

The Bible repeatedly promises that God will protected His own people. How, then, do we make sense of those times where He appears to be AWOL when His people are in danger? And He doesn’t protect them?

How do we reconcile this with Psalm 91 and all those other biblical texts promising protecting of God’s own?

Well, 21 of the brightest thought leaders in the Christian world today have given an answer this question.

You can take a look at what they said in the FREE eBook “Where’s God?”

Grab your copy at WhereisGod.me

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