Hi friends, today I would like to introduce you to my good friend and fellow blogger, Anita C. Harris. Anita is a Christian writer, teacher, blogger and intercessor. God saved her by grace in 1993. Before relocating from Connecticut two years ago, she taught the woman’s Sunday school class, served as the Church Administrator, and was a member of the praise and Morning Prayer ministries.
Anita has a heart for women and God uses her in the role of Christian counsel, ministering to, and praying and interceding with and for women of all ages. She is passionate about the need for women to rightly divide the Word of truth, and, to understand their worth and their responsibilities as chosen vessels. One of her personal quotes is: “You cannot truly live-out what you do not understand. You cannot rightly walk-out what you do not believe.”
Her new Audio Ministry Blog site: http://becominghisvessel.com will launch on February 4, 2013. Anita and her husband, David began their life-covenant 20 years ago. Their union birthed 3 lovely daughters: Brena, Tori, and Lia.
GOD IS STILL GOOD, by Anita C. Harris
God is good when we have mountaintop experiences. God remains good during our valley experiences. He is good when we triumph, and during tragedy. The earth is full of the Father’s goodness; His tender mercies are over all His works (Psalm 145:9).
Almost daily, we hear about, or witness disaster or disappointment―they are the new normal for many. The question people often ask during these times, is, ” How can a GOOD God allow tragedy to happen?”
We’ve all faced unexpected tragedy. The loss of a loved one, sudden financial instability, or a devastating diagnosis can cause us to question why; these things should never cause us to question God’s goodness.
The goodness of God is expressed through the mercy of God. His mercy leads to compassion. Because of God’s compassion, we are often battered, but never consumed (Lam. 3:22).
We can experience, enjoy, and walk in the goodness of God daily. We must first believe God is STILL good despite life’s trials. He IS good at all times.