Euthanasia & physician assisted suicide (pas)
The experience of pain and suffering can be difficult to comprehend or understand. Within the context of faith, pain and suffering are viewed as part of God’s plan for our lives in order to help us grow closer to Him. This view is based on the belief that even when we don’t understand why something has happened, or how it could possibly fit into a larger purpose, God can use these experiences to refine us spiritually and draw us closer to Him.
While we might not understand everything that happens, the Bible assures us that God will never abandon us or leave us in times of trouble. It also encourages believers to trust in His perfect timing and have faith in His promises – because although He will allow us to suffer pain due to our own sinfulness or as part of His greater plan, He ultimately wants what is best for us.
In the end, suffering and pain in the context faith is an opportunity to spiritual growth. This allows people to understand themselves better and develop their relationship with God. In this way those who suffer can see beyond the immediate difficulty they are facing towards a higher purpose – trusting that despite the darkness there will eventually be light at the end of their journey if they keep holding on steadfastly onto their faith.