Anger with God is not unbelief. It is an aspect of faith that has reached its current limitations. Bonnie Zahl writes about the various ways in which a relationship with God will sometimes find us in pain and wrestling with him. Being in relationship with other Christians we need to grow together in grace and …

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God sees our tears, and in the person of Jesus he has shed tears of his own. Our tears matter. From Scott Hubbard at Desiring God. When Jesus joined a crowd outside the town of Nain and watched a widow weep over her son’s body, “he had compassion on her” (Luke 7:13). Later, when Mary …

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I first read about the profound problems that people who don’t feel physical pain can experience in Philip Yancey’s book The Gift Of Pain. This article on Today I Found Out reminded me of that as it unfolds that pain serves purpose. From the post: Congenital Insensitivity to Pain (CIP) is technically classified as a …

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