Why Do I Suffer?: Suffering & the Sovereignty of God by John Currid - Christian Focus Publications
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Suffering and the Sovereignty of God
They are the ones — and many of them are Christians — who hear the alarm clock go off at 7. They do all this on automatic pilot without stopping once to acknowledge their Creator, their great God who gives them life and strength each day. Christian, if you live that way, do you know that James says God opposes you? They are people who are humiliated by their weaknesses.
Immobilized people who must be fed, cleansed, dressed, and taken care of like infants. Belcher tells the story of Nik and Lindsay Franks and their baby son Pierce.
Pierce was born 17 weeks premature at just 1 pound, 8 ounces. The Franks endured innumerable challenges, set backs, and obstacles as they learned to trust the Lord in the midst of suffering. Is God worthy of worship only because He blesses us?
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How should we respond to God when suffering comes into our lives? At the heart of the book of Job is a question about the character of God — and about how we should respond to Him. In this most recent title of the extensive Focus on the Bible series, Richard Belcher expertly deals with the difficult themes of this practical book, showing how it is still acutely applicable to the lives of believers.
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