Why Does God Take Babies?
It is natural for parents to grieve when a baby dies. But why does God take babies when there are so much sadness and grief?
God Uses Death As A Means Of Blessing
God does not take the baby because he is punishing the family or disliking them. In fact, He uses death to give glory to Himself and to be a blessing to those who are left behind.
God Chooses The Best
God takes babies because he has chosen them to be with Him in His eternal kingdom. Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”
God Uses Death As A Opportunity
God takes babies to show us what it is like to be in a world without sin. He takes them to demonstrate his power of life over death, and to demonstrate His mercy towards those who accept Him as their Lord and Savior.
God Uses Death To Redeem HIs People
God takes babies because He has designed a way to redeem us from sin and make us part of His everlasting family. He took Jesus to die for us and when we accept His death, we become part of His family.
God uses death as a tool to show us his love and to redeem us. He takes babies to be part of His eternal family and to bring glory to Himself. Ultimately, we can be comforted knowing that God not only loves us but loves our babies too.
- God doesn’t take babies to punish parents.
- God uses death to show us his power, mercy and loving nature.
- God takes babies to bring them into His eternal kingdom.
- God takes babies to redeem us from sin and make us part of His everlasting family.