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Why Do I Suffer?
Why does God allow suffering?
It's a question that, in one form or
another rears its ugly head time and
again. Whether it comes from someone
who has just lost a loved one, been
diagnosed with an incurable illness or
even just surveyed the plight of the
poor in the third world. A few days
after the terrorist attacks of 9/11 the
question that was being asked around
the world was Where was God in this?
The question is one that has dogged
Christians down the ages. A number of
answers have been offered and indeed
all world views attempt their own
response. John Currid brings Biblical
teaching to bear. God does work in
suffering, he is not a worried observer
unwilling or unable to intervene,
rather he has a purpose at work and is
As Abraham said "Shall not the Judge of
all the Earth do right?"
Grasping that truth will help us as we
face the future and ensure that when we
are next faced with that most tricky of
questions we will know where to begin.
This is a great reasource
for all Christians! A great
encouragement to those who
are tired of the general
whinning malaise and gross
banality of so many other
books on this subject.
Solid Reformed perpective.
Good, yet short expositions
on various texts. Lot's of
great quotes! I hope to get
this into the hands of many
of the suffering w/in even
the small fellowship of
which God has graciously
allowed me to be a part.
This would be great for
Praise first to God through
Jesus Christ our Lord and
thanks to John Currid and
others like Him that God is
using for His name and glory Anonymous
- Type: Paperback
- Pages: 176
- ISBN: 1857929543
- SKU: 9781857929546
- Publisher: Christian Focus