I didn’t say it was not possible.
Often said God doesn’t give you more than you CAN handle.
Can is the opportune word here, just because you can does not mean you will. But that then becomes on us.
And note IMO for what little it is worth, the people making threads of this nature are often a “WHY MEEEEE” type mindset.
Now lets assume you learn to grow as a result… good.
But what would a “why MEEE” kind of person do with many blessings?
Would they thank God?
Or would they praise their own awesomeness?
Perhaps Lucifer COULD handle his blessing but chose not to
Perhaps David as well
Perhaps you lack the capacity to be King David?
Perhaps instead of a fleshy weakness and one major transgression you would look more like a King Lucifer than a King David.
Perhaps your blessings lay right around the corner of your ability to let go the “why MEE” thought process?
And yet again perhaps your blessings are more than you can see?
Someone asked me how I was this morning and I said “well compared to probably like 4 or 5 billion people I am doing fantastic. But comoared to my standards IDK LOL”
Seriously I could list a host of “why me” and I could also list things that would make you call me livibg a blessed life. It is a bit of perspective.
Let alone that negativity breeds negativity. If you say “why me” then inherently you will be sadder, it will affect your interactions with people which for example a job interview. Maybe you don’t get that job you wanted? But maybe if you werent thinking “why me” you wouldn’t have given an subconscious “off vibe” that caused your not getting hired?