Why did God allow a talented young man, at the beginning of his Christian ministry, to be struck down by disease? In this story from the early days of kidney transplant surgery, Fraser Tallach gives a frank and moving account of his long battle with kidney failure, while his brother John gives the background to the story and recounts Fraser's later days. The pain Fraser was called on to endure was mental and spiritual as well as physical, but in it all he found, like the Apostle Paul, that God's grace was sufficient for him, and that God's strength was made perfect in his weakness (2 Cor. 12:9). Anyone can be called to suffer. God alone can give the grace we need to carry us through. 'The grace of God, though given in a way which is intimately personal, is not a private matter' (John Tallach).
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