It is good

A King had a male servant who, in all circumstances, always said “It is good”.
One day, they went hunting and a wild animal attacked the king, the servant managed to kill the animal but couldn’t prevent his king from losing a finger. Furious and without showing gratitude, the King said; if God was good, I would not have been attacked and lost one finger.
The servant replied, “It is good”. Outraged by the response, the king ordered the arrest of his servant. While being taken to prison, he told the king again, “It is good”.
Another day, the king left alone for another hunt and was captured by savages who use human beings for sacrifice.
On the altar, the savages found out that the king didn’t have one finger in place, he was released because he was considered not “complete” to be offered to the gods. On his return to the palace, he ordered the release of his servant and said; My friend, God was really good to me. I was almost killed but for lack of a single finger, I was let go. But I have a question;
If God is so good, why did He allow me to put you in prison? His servant replied; “It is good because if you had not  put me in prison, I would have gone with you, and i would have been sacrificed, because I have no missing finger.
God is good, perfect and He is never wrong

And would you help me convince this man that God is Uniquely Perfect and that His design was 100% fit…

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About Kabue Charles

As a software architect, I am specialized in .NET and JavaScript. As an entrepreneur, I invest my time, money, energy and will in creating things that will make lives better. As a philosopher, I learn about happiness, people and my environment. As a poet, I write about human transcendence. As a man, I am modest moralist, a centrist, a progressive evolutionist and a man of quotable quotes

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