Someone who is well-acquainted with suffering himself has some really profound insights to offer with respect to the suffering you might face.
Suffering is one of those ‘brute facts’ in life. It’s there, whether you want to believe it or not, and even whether your worldview lets you accept it or not.
Is it even possible that suffering can be part of the ‘good life’?
That depends on the ideas you bring with you to that suffering. Are your beliefs big enough to take suffering seriously?
Will they let you be ready for it when it hits close to home?
Does the world have meaning? Can your suffering have meaning?
You bet it can.
But you may have to reexamine some of your assumptions first.
Are you up for it?
If you can handle it, you won’t be sorry.
When bad things happened, the believers from bygone days did not wail like sirens, move home with mummy, and/or renounce their Christianity just because things momentarily were jacked up.
You’re probably thinking, Where did they get their holy bulldog resiliency? Jesus told us in the Sermon on the Mount that heartaches in life are a matter of when, not if.
Are you ready?
If not, don t freak, as the contents of this fast-paced and funky book seek to shore up your sagging spirit.
The Effeminization Of The American Male
by Doug Giles
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