Good Friday: Miracles if you believe in it or not

“From that time on, Jesus began to explain to his disciples that he must go to Jerusalem and suffer many things at the hands of the elders, chief priests and teachers of the law, and that he must be killed and in the third day be raised to life.” – Holy Bible (not sure what chapter or verse)

To some of you who may have just joined don’t panic this isn’t a Christian religion blog site I do major seasons events in the U.K that I pick and choose. I do challenges leading up to the events but this time I didn’t for this one; plus now and then I touch roots with my past, especially when it comes to something like this but I don’t believe in it or anything however I question about it.
Sometimes you come across people who believe in miracles and some people don’t to be honest for me I don’t the only reason is because I find that the amount of times I’ve tried to be positive, get things done and get positive outcome from it. It only lasts for a few moments because it would be down to my own stupidity, trust people or they want to put me down.
Trust has to work both ways but miracles for me it has to be something I feel you either got the confidence and continue to go forward to do things even if it’s not going to work or it will. Unless you’re someone like me who just takes risks in things and things either happen or they don’t but I like to achieve things in small amounts of doses.
Question for you all. If Jesus did die for us on the cross and in three days he rose again. Why is he letting us suffer all this hate and etc over the years along with terror of when the next attack going to be?

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