The experience of Job recounts a faithful and human expression of trust in God through a time of great suffering and confusion. Hywel Jones points out that we should be encouraged to know that God was not an inactive party throughout Satan’s assault on Job, and that after Job’s vindication there is a touching example …

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Joni Eareckson Tada is well known as a Christian how ministers from a life experience as a paraplegic. In an article taken from her book Heaven she recounts a situation where, after another painful physical therapy situation, she hears a question, and responds: “I bet you can’t wait for heaven. You know, like Paul said, …

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Don Carson recalls a difficult conversation with a senior Christian in Sydney Australia. Not difficult because of its content, but difficult because of the physical condition of the person to whom he was speaking. The content of the conversation was saturated in glory. An excerpt: Here, then, is a philosophy of suffering, a perspective that …

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