Author: MacArthur, John
Tags: Doctrine / Theology

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

John MacArthur always seems to write challenging books.  Though I’m more of a Baptist than he, I appreciate MacArthur’s conservative stance on worldliness and related issues, charismatic issues, moral issues, and his love of Scripture.  This book, written in 1995, is basically a study of several passages of Scripture having to do with suffering in the Christian life.  He writes, “We tend to forget even the basic fact that all people live in a fallen world–we are sinful creatures living in a corrupt, sin-cursed society.  Believers should not be suprised, perplexed, or resentful when they encounter difficulties throughout this life.”  MacArthur also gives many helps on how a believer should view suffering, walk through it, and give praise to God for His faithfulness within trials.

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