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|1. Ch. 1: God is Not Deaf||Cherie Hill||N/A||Album Only|
There is only one guarantee in life: God is with us wherever you are, in the happiest times and in our darkest hours. In this encouraging, affirming exploration of our constant battle with unbelief, author Cherie Hill offers a deeply personal, compelling approach to transforming your own faith by honestly examining your doubt.
Unabridged audio CD; approximately 7 hours of listening; audio reading by Kate Rudd.
Vendor: Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2016
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You pray and pray, pouring your heart out to God. You ask for grace, for answers, for something. And then…nothing. You ask yourself if God cares, or if He even exists.
The Problem of Prayer addresses the toughest dilemma every Christian faces: doubt. The world has conditioned us to crave results, demanding instant solutions to our problems. But that’s not what faith is about. Faith in prayer is about surrendering to God’s will—seeing things through His eyes, not our own. During prayer, we too often focus on our sadness, confusion, and fear instead of realizing the moment offers us the opportunity to enjoy God’s greatest gifts: trust, hope, and love.
There’s only one guarantee in life, and it’s beautiful: God is with you wherever you are, in your happiest times and in your darkest hours. In this encouraging, affirming exploration of our constant battle with unbelief, author Cherie Hill offers a deeply personal, compelling approach to transforming your own faith by honestly examining your doubt.