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comment Does everything happen for a reason, and what is the biblical support for the different views?
This is a really touching testimony that touches on these subjects. Really answers alot of questions also: whchurch.org/blog/8447/triumph-by-testimony-3
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comment Does everything happen for a reason, and what is the biblical support for the different views?
I've not accepted your answer because Martin.kv:s answer was what I was really asking for (passages with comments). You added to that which is great. But I just wanted to say that I've came to the same conclusion largely that you did.
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revised Does everything happen for a reason, and what is the biblical support for the different views?
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comment Does everything happen for a reason, and what is the biblical support for the different views?
Your right. My bad was in translating the Swedish "Det finns en mening med allt" to "everything happens for a reason". It's not exactly the same thing. I try to make the question more explicit. Thanks :)
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revised Does everything happen for a reason, and what is the biblical support for the different views?
The comment might no need to be short on a second thought.
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comment Does the Dome of the Rock have any importance to Christianity?
@caseyr547 I know some Jews want a third temple. But that does not contradict my comment at all. Read it again! :) But I could add an explanation to my previous comment. According to Midrashic teaching the devine presence never left the western wall - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Placing_notes_in_the_Western_Wall
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