Read 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 (https://bit.ly/2Wx9szy)
A teacher assigns homework and gives tests to make sure the students have successfully learned the material. But it’s ultimately not about the test; true success will be when the students apply the lesson to life. The motto of my classroom was “we learn not for school but for life.” Our Christian life is no different. The trials we face are the equivalent of taking a lesson on proportions and applying it to a recipe or understanding our history so we can take part in our government. The end goal of school is a career, success, a better life. The end goal of this Christian life is not knowledge of God but a deeper relationship with God. When we struggle and experience the comfort of God, we can apply that to life, and it’s for this reason you have been comforted. Now, help others find their way back to God.
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