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Focusing on Philippians 1:12-26, this book presents clear and biblical ways for discerning God's hand in bringing good out of our problems. ^^^^^
:Trouble is something all people must deal with: the loss of a spouse, a job, one's health, one's possessions, one's freedom. Jay E. Adams writes, "While God has not yet removed trouble from the Christian or the Christian from trouble, he has, by the Word and his sprit, given believers all that is necessary to handle trouble successfully." Focusing on Philippians 1:12-26, where Paul portrays hardship as an opportunity to glorify Christ, Adams presents clear and biblical directives for discerning God's hand at work in bringing good out of troublesome circumstances, great or small.
Jay E. Adams (PhD) is a frequent lecturer at ministerial conferences both here and abroad. He has taught in England, France, Holland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, N. Ireland, South Africa, Canada, Brazil, Guatemala, New Zealand, Austria, North Korea, and China. He has published over 75 books and is the translator of "The Christian Counselor's New Testament". He recently completed the ten volume "Christian Counselor's Commentary Series". He and his wife Betty Jane have four children.