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Suffering is a high–stakes game; it can shipwreck your faith or bring unsurpassed maturity, joy and peace. As a biblical counselor, Janice Cappucci has come alongside people in their suffering, and knows how true stories can usher hope into desperate circumstances. Storm Clouds of Blessings will captivate, encourage, edify, and strengthen you for your walk. A perfect gift and a great resource.
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 2018
Dimensions: 7.80 X 5.12 (inches)
Series: Focus for Women
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compelling, gracesaturated stories. What the world calls affliction and disappointment are often, for the follower of Christ, streams of mercy that our great and sovereign God uses to fashion us more and more into the image of His Son.
I so appreciate the way that Janice uses narratives of Gods people to picture principles from Gods Word. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Storm Clouds of Blessings is worth a thousand books on how Christ brings us hope in lifes hurts.
Storm Clouds of Blessings is great stuff - a very helpful resource.
... practical hope and help to people who feel their trials are beyond redemption. You will worship the God and realize His gifts are most precious during the hard times.
At the heart of the Christian story -- the death of Jesus Christ -- unspeakable good comes from horrific tragedy. Reading these stories will change your perspective on the storms of life.
Sharing the testimonies of surrendered wills, trust in God's promises, and finding daily grace, this book is an encouragement to fix our eyes on Jesus and seek the things that are above.
You won't be able to put this book down. Be prepared to self-reflect on seasons of suffering and to embrace those same future seasons with greater courage.