God Never Wastes a Hurt by Jim ReeveFace it -- life has its share of valleys . . . pain, sorrows, money and relationship trials, stress, frustration, disease and grief to name a few. Regardless of the valley that you are facing, the key is that you go through it and grow through it.This amazing book takes you through the 23rd Psalm -- showing you Gods promises to heal you of disappointment, discouragement and devestation, showing you God Himself who rules and overrules in the hurts of life to bring you into a place of destined goodness and total healing. If you are seeking to live a life of balance and Gods power, then this book is written for you!
God Never Wastes a Hurt
The famous preacher, T. As you go through life, each wound, failure, hurt. Even C. Lewis moved from a sanitized theology of pain in his book, The Problem of Pain , to a personal agony of pain after losing his wife, Joy, which he described in A Grief Observed. Robert Clinton, ibid. Since God allowed Jesus to endure a crown of thorns, why should we expect a crown of roses?
Thanks really needed this tonight. I just Googled how much emotional pain can a person handle. Friend sent me this The day appointed for the Jews to do this in all the provinces of King Xerxes was the thirteenth day of the twelfth month, the month of Adar. Now instead of the Jewish people fearing their captors and neighbors, they were charged with defending themselves.
God never wastes a hurt. It was that last line that comforted me, like a warm hug offered at just the right moment. Read it again and let it resonate, God never wastes a hurt.
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Then healing starting taking place in my life. All those hurt places began to be restored. And God started showing me just how true that statement is. And now I could appreciate it. I have had moments like these.
She'd betrayed me again. Hurt and anger simmered as I walked away counting to 10, then Lord, this assignment is difficult! I feel like such a failure. Feelings of shame filled me as I thought about my reaction toward my child who'd taunted me. Shouldn't I be above this?