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Making Sense Out Of Suffering

Author : Peter Kreeft
ISBN : 0892832193
Genre : Religion
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Peter Kreeft observes that our world is full of billions of normal lives which have touched by apparently pointless and random suffering. He then records the results of his own wrestling match with God as he struggles to make sense out of this pain.

Making Sense Of Suffering

Author : J. Konrad Stettbacher
ISBN : 0452011590
Genre : Psychology
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Stettbacher describes the revolutionary form of therapy known as primal therapy-a four-step program that teaches adults how to be the caring, conscious protector of the hurt inner child.

Making Sense Of Suffering

Author : Wayne E. Brickey
ISBN : 1570087210
Genre : Religion
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Making Sense Of Suffering

Author : Johan Dietsch
ISBN : LCCN:2008614502
Genre : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
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Making Sense Of Suffering

Author : Yitzchok Kirzner
ISBN : 1578197589
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Making Sense Of Suffering

Author : Joni Eareckson Tada
ISBN : 9781596365933
Genre : Religion
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Making Sense of Suffering by Joni Eareckson TadaSuffering is miserable. When you're overwhelmed by pain and problems, it's easy to feel helpless, hopeless and sinking into a whirlpool of self-pity. Joni Eareckson Tada knows about these emotions first hand. A diving accident in 1967 left her confined to a wheelchair as a quadriplegic at the age of 17. Joni knows what it's like to suffer chronic pain. Yet she has found comfort and meaning in the God of the Bible. Joni says, “Somewhere after the first five years of life in my wheelchair, I noticed a change in my hardships. I was beginning to see how my quadriplegia was working for my good and God's glory - simply put, it meant becoming more like Christ.” Making Sense of Suffering is a Scripture-based ebook that will bring hope and comfort to those who are going through for personal difficulties, and will be a great help to groups dealing with grief, disabilities, emotional and physical trauma, divorce, and more.

Making Sense Out Of Suffering Therapy

Author : Jack Wintz
ISBN : 087029296X
Genre : Suffering
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God Is Not Fair

Author : Joel Freeman
ISBN : 9781614582335
Genre : Religion
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Have you ever felt like nobody really understands the pain you have experienced? Are you in the midst of a crisis, feeling like you're one hair's breadth away from insanity? Are you angry with God for something you felt He did to you or a loved one? Do you have a problem with receiving and/or giving forgiveness? Have you ever had your very own personal pity party? For a day? For a week? For a month? For a decade? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are not unique. The book you now hold in your hands will welcome you into the fellowship of those who have battled and overcome grief. Using a unique blend of humor, personal vulnerability, compassion and tough-minded insight, Joel Freeman tackles the basic questions that most people ask when life has handed them a raw deal. You will also understand how you have already passed the invisible, spiritual test being waged this very moment for the attention of your heart. You are about to embark upon a remarkable, life-changing journey...

Making Sense Of A Suffering World

Author : Ken Dignan
ISBN : 9781449792848
Genre : Religion
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The goal of this book is to help you understand and make the most out of your times of hurt and pain. God uses suffering as a powerful tool to develop character, compassion, humility, faith, perseverance, and even prepare you for how you may serve God in heaven. It is my prayer that you will be encouraged, enlightened, and educated, so you can make sense out of “why God allows suffering.” Get ready to discover the vast scriptural details in the lives of the biblical characters, the truths God revealed to them in the Bible that deal with suffering and what they were inspired to say about their trials and tribulations. Along with that you’ll see the way suffering has influenced my perspective and how my faith in God and His Word has prepared me to live a blessed and productive life. Ken Dignan is an ordained minister involved in vocational ministry since 1976. He and his wife, Joni, have 4 sons: Andrew (wife Jodi), Patrick (wife Jennifer), the late Ryan, and Britt Stephen, and two granddaughters. He is a polio survivor, author, and founder of ’Til Healing Comes Ministries.

Making Sense Of Health Illness And Disease

Author : Peter Twohig
ISBN : 904201119X
Genre : History
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Health, illness and disease are topics well-suited to interdisciplinary inquiry. This book brings together scholars from around the world who share an interest in and a commitment to bridging the traditional boundaries of inquiry. We hope that this book begins new conversations that will situate health in broader socio-cultural contexts and establish connections between health, illness and disease and other socio-political issues. This book is the outcome of the first global conference on "Making Sense of: Health, Illness and Disease," held at St Catherine's College, Oxford, in June 2002. The selected papers pursue a range of topics from the cultural significance of narratives of health, illness and disease to healing practices in contemporary society as well as patients' illness experiences. Researchers and health care practitioners now live in the age of interdisciplinarity, which has transformed both health care delivery and research on health. The essays in this collection transcend the traditional boundaries of biomedicine and draw attention to the many ways in which health is embedded in socio-cultural norms and how these norms, in turn, shape health practices and health care. This volume is of interest not only to researchers but also to those delivering health care.

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