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In this Gold Medallion Award-winning book, now revised and updated, Where is God When It Hurts reveals a God who is neither capricious nor unconcerned. Using examples from the Bible and from his own experiences, Yancey looks at pain---physical, emotional, and spiritual---and helps us understand why we suffer.
Unabridged MP3-CD; approximately 10 hours 8 minutes; 1 MP3-CD; performed by Maurice England.
Vendor: Zondervan on Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 6.75 X 5.25 X .5 (inches)|
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Your pain is real
When will it go away?
Winner of the Gold Medallion Award and an inspirational bestseller for over twenty-five years, Where Is God When It Hurts? has been revised and updated by the author to explore the many important issues that have arisen during that time. Sensitive and caring, this unique audiobook discusses painphysical, emotional, and spiritualand helps us understand why we suffer from it and how to cope with our own and that of others.
Using examples from the Bible as well as the authors personal experiences, this expanded edition speaks to everyone for whom life sometimes doesnt make sense. Philip Yancey can help us discover how to reach out to someone in pain even when we dont know what to say. He shows us how we can learn to accept without blame, anger, or fear that which we cannot understand.
I finished (this audiobook) feeling as if I had [listened to] a classic. It probes aspects of pain that C. S. Lewis never touches. William J. Petersen