Seeking council about a scriptural conflict in light of person's physical reality.
For You formed my inward parts;
You wove me in my mother’s womb.
I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
Wonderful are Your works,
If you were born into this world (or shortly after delivery you developed), any number of the physical 'anomolies' that plague our human existance, such as: spina bifada, color blindness, rheumatoid arthritis, juvenile type-1 diabetes, deaf, etc., etc., ( there is a long list. And there are mental conditions as well, but I hope you get the gist of my examples).
How do you rationalize this conflict between being 'wonderously made', and yet live with a physical reality that would classify you as 'not-normal'; you're deformed, defective, broken ?
I acknowledge that you must carry your cross to follow Christ, and that a God given physical deformity (or ailment (arthritis)) could be that cross.
It is hard to justify that someone is 'wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works', when they suffer with some abnormality that they have been born with ( or developed through no fault of their own). It ain't good work!!; they're broken :confused:
And chocking it up to the results of 'The Fall', or 'generational sin', still seems to mock what Psalm 139 proclaims.
Your charitable council is so very appreciated.