By Elisabeth Elliot
Ache isn't really for not anything. needs to we stumble via sorrow and tragedy with out realizing or is there a lighted way-a path-through pain? Elisabeth Elliot plots the treacherous passage via soreness, grief, and loss, a trip such a lot people will make time and again in our existence. via all of it, she says, there's just one trustworthy direction, and if you happen to stroll it, you can find the transformation of your entire losses, heartbreaks, and tragedies into whatever powerful and functional. during this powerfully relocating booklet, Elisabeth Elliot doesn't hesitate to invite difficult questions, to ascertain tenderly the hurts we endure, and to discover boldly the character of a God whose sovereign deal with us is so intimate and ideal that he counfound our finite knowing. A direction notwithstanding pain is a e-book for somebody trying to find religion, convenience, and insurance. it truly is a good publication in regards to the means our merciful God attracts us just about himself and expands our ability for quit and obedience so that we'd ultimately proportion in his resurrection glory.
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An inconvenience is always, whether we see it or not, a blessed inconvenience. We may rest in the promise that God is fitting together a good many more things than are any of our business. We need never see "what good it did," or how a given trouble accomplishes anything. It is peace to leave it all with Him, asking only that He do with me anything He wants, anywhere, anytime, that God may be glorified. 5/30/2011 8:08 PM A Path Through Suffering: Discovering the Relati... 40 of 131 file:///C:/Users/Dave/AppData/Local/Temp/Rar...
You can only obey God," she wrote to a friend who faced the breaking of human ties to follow Christ. "Let us give ourselves away to Him for His world-away down to the deepest depths of our being, time, influence-and home if He calls us to it; but our heart of hearts first. Separation has nothing austere or narrow about it when it is unto Him. R. Govan Stewart: The Love That Was Stronger, p. 19). We are not often called to great sacrifice, but daily we are presented with the chance to make small ones-a chance to make someone cheerful, a chance to do some small thing to make someone comfortable or contented, a chance to lay down our petty preferences or cherished plans.
When God miraculously saved His people from the chariots of the army of Egypt by driving back the sea all night with a strong east wind, the people put their faith in Him and in His servant Moses, and all sang a song together. I will sing to the Lord, for he has risen up in triumph; the horse and his rider he has hurled into the sea. (Ex 15:1-2) The song goes on for pages, recounting the Lord's marvelous power, love, and mercy. Miriam the prophetess took up a tambourine and the women danced while Miriam sang.
A Path Through Suffering: Discovering the Relationship Between God's Mercy and Our Pain by Elisabeth Elliot