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Very Good in Very Good- jacket. 1570087210 Cover slightly rubbed and edge worn.; Be not afraid, only believe, " Jesus told the heartbroken Jairus when word came that the man's daughter had died. Centuries later, as author Wayne E. Brickey reminds us, the Savior gives us the same admonition. Drawing on decades of study and personal experience, Brother Brickey shows us in Making Sense of Suffering that afflictions are brief gifts from God's gentle hands. Our challenge is to bear our afflictions while reconciling our hearts to the will of the Father and the Son. "Mortal suffering makes lasting improvements in the eternal self, " the author writes. "It turns up the volume on God's voice to us, and it turns up the volume on our pleadings to him. "Filled with poignant examples of belief and endurance, Making Sense of Suffering helps us exercise faith and overcome fear. For anyone touched by disappointment, disease, disaster, and death, this important book offers comfort and provides valuable insights into the blessings promised to those who endure their trials on the road to eternal life.; 8 x 0.75 x 7.25 Inches; 158 pages.
There are many books out there that tell you the reasons God allows suffering to occur in the lives of man. That's why I was completely surprised by the insights and, even more importantly, the way these insights were expressed. It gave new thought, understanding, faith, and hope. His writing felt empathetic and perceptive.
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