He was there - he saw it. He gives humans free will, so he was in no position to stop it. He weeps with you and mourns with you and wants to guide you on your Healing Journey into Wholeness.
This week in therapy my T and I discussed the "still small voice" of the Holy Spirit compared to the much louder voices in my own head which tell me that God doesn't care. But then Holy Week comes along and Good Friday raises the still small voice to a shout as God demonstrates his love for me. But for the past several months I have primarily been interpreting God's love through my CSA and my sense of abandonment. I am struggling to give Good Friday the weight it deserves over my own experience. I want Good Friday to be the better word I listen instead of the words in my head. I just don't know how to get there.
Why does a good God allow evil to happen?why a good God allows evil to happen. So my question is this, for the followers of Jesus in this forum how have you wrestled with this?