The ones that you love — well, you love them. And the ones that you hate? They exist to make you stronger. They may be a test. Or, you may be there to help others. Therefore, all callings are good.
Similarly, all foods are good. The ones that you love, well, you love them. And the ones that you hate? They provide variety so that you can better appreciate the ones you love.
All faith healings are good. The ones that work, go to prove that faith healing is as valid as medicine. And the ones that don’t, well, the recipient probably didn’t have enough faith. Either that, or God had another plan.
All Sunday School teachers are good. The ones who teach well, they help us learn. The ones who teach . . . less well? Why, they make us become more patient and accepting, and less demanding.
All blog posts are good. The ones that you love, are wonderful. The ones that you don’t love — hmm, let’s not go there.
All logical and rhetorical tricks are good. The ones that convince you, serve to teach you some important life lesson. And the ones that don’t convince you? Mostly, they illustrate your need to stop trying to analyze everything so much, and just believe what you’re told.
All items on this list are good . . .