If you haven't experienced
any suffering then chances
are you have not been properly introduced to Christ.
I leave you with this final thought
by William Temple (1881-1944) who wrote:
There never was a pain that befell
a man, no frustration or discouragement, however insignificant, that, transferred
to God, did not affect God endlessly more than man, and was not infinitely more
contrary to Him.
So, if God puts up with it for the sake of some good
He foresees for you, and if you are willing to suffer what God suffers, and to
take what comes to you through Him, then whatever it is, it becomes divine in
itself; shame becomes honor, bitterness becomes sweet, and gross darkness, clear
Everything takes its flavor from God and becomes divine; everything
that happens [reveals] God when a man's mind works that way; things all have this
one taste; and therefore God is the same to this man alike in life's bitterest
moments and sweetest pleasures.