I have come to believe that death is just as important to the Father as Life. Through my life I have seen how suffering and death produces greatness in some men. I wonder if God allows pain, suffering, and death because it has the greatest impact on the living. It seems to me that suffering and death produce life in the people that are close to it and see it. Although, it does not produce life in everyone. When a man loses a loved one, he typically seeks answers and crys out to the Father, on some occasions those deaths cause a man to rise up and become great. What do you think? Do you think God allows the suffering because it has the potential to be the greatest change in those around it? What if God doesn’t view death as we do?
What if he views death as someone simply coming home to be with him. Could death be a calculated decision made by God to cause the greatest growth in the Kingdom? I’m not saying I know every one is in (heaven) but I think maybe God sees death as a tool and one way to further the Kingdom. I think death, pain, and suffering are calculated decisions which have the potential to have great impact with Kingdom people. I know this isn’t something that could ever be taught from a pulpit, or spoken much to people, it’s simply my thoughts on the matter. I think when God sees death he doesn’t see it as such a terrible thing.