Padre Pío had it worst, a beloved mystic Saint living in the era of World war ll. His favorite saying was, “May your will be done.”
We don’t always understand the things God allows but know that it is meant to bring about a greater good as has been His providence.
Whether great or tragic, we trust that God is all-knowing, sees the future, and has a better plan. If we have world war lll, live or die being His will, that we trust should be accepted with peace and serenity.
The saddest moment in history was the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and it had to happen.
Nonetheless, no matter what is going on, as God’s children, we are looked after, and if we pass away, we see Him faster.
Our hope is that God’s got this, takes care of us and will not let us down. On His mind constantly loves us dearly; on our heads, He will place a crown.
It is also a time when amazing and incredible things occur. Saint padre Pío deterred war airplanes with his image in the air.
Bombs went the wrong way. What good is it to gain the world if we lose our souls? I rather go through many tribulations should most souls be saved.
Still, we have a merciful God who can turn anything around. Expect the good or bad, be okay, don’t lose hope, and stand your ground. If we don’t find a reason, at least many eyes open, and the lost are found.
Even if there is a dark period of suffering, it cannot last forever, and God intervenes when the time is best. Like a child in His bosom, forever we’ll be able to find rest.