Suffering Through Injustice: When God Seems Unjust (Rose Guide Series)
: You have likely heard the expression, "Life isn't fair." World hunger, abuse, social injustices, and especially personal circumstances of hurt and betrayal can cause you to grow discouraged-even depressed. You may wonder: What's the point of all this pain?...
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You have likely heard the expression, "Life isn't fair." World hunger, abuse, social injustices, and especially personal circumstances of hurt and betrayal can cause you to grow discouraged-even depressed. You may wonder: What's the point of all this pain? And after someone wrongs you, it's easy to think, "I have a right to be mad." In Rose's When God Seems Unjust, you'll find out the true story of a woman who was victim of a violent crime and ended up wheelchair bound for life. Read about her journey as a she recovered from the trauma and now brings hope to countless people going through similar trials in life. Get simple explanations that answer key questions as well as uplifting Scripture verses. Perfect for personal use, small groups, and justice ministries.
How to respond in a Godly way to "unfair" circumstances What the Bible says about "justice" and "fairness" through the eyes of Peter, Job, and many more 7 Keys to Praising God When Life Gets Hard How to replace a "Victim Mentality" with a "Victor Attitude" And much more
14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long.
When someone treats you terribly, it's hard to resist the feelings of bitterness or revenge. Where do you go when the pang of injustice causes suffering? This pamphlet will change your whole perspective on facing betrayal, injury, and loss. When life isn't fair, God is there to bring good out of even the darkest of stories. This pamphlet includes a true story about a woman who was a violent crime victim and ended up wheelchair bound for life. You will read about her journey as a she recovered from trauma and now brings hope to countless people going through similar trials in life. Our response to injustice may not be the most natural one, but it should be the one that brings God glory.
3 Key Features of When God Seems Unjust Bible-Based-Packed with dozens of Scriptures and helps straight from the Word of God, get solid advice for navigating trials that will guide you towards hope and spiritual growth. Practical-This pamphlet isn't fluffy encouragement and hopeful words: get real, practical steps you can take today to apply God's Word to your life and allow him to transform your hurts into hope. Relevant-Instead of religious cliches or sugarcoated greeting-card advice, get a wealth of experience and eternal hope from someone who has been there and suffered the pains of loss and illness. Filled with real stories from real people and inspiring testimonies of those that found their hope in the Lord.
Personal & individual use Small group study Devotions Hospital ministry Chaplaincy Outreach ministry Church giveaways And more! About the Author
Joni Eareckson Tada offers hope to people struggling with health and emotional challenges. After a 1967 diving accident leftJoni Eareckson Tada a spinal cord-injured quadriplegic, she embarked on a lifelong study to make sense of suffering from God's perspective. Joni Eareckson Tada is now an international advocate for individuals with disabilities, and the founder of the non-profit organization, Joni & Friends.
Joni Eareckson Tada has known the grace of God for 30 years after being paralysed from the neck down in a diving accident. Joni is president of JAF Ministries, an organization that accelerates Christian ministry among people with disabilities. She is also host of 'Joni and Friends', a daily radio program in the USA operating out of the International Disability Centre and a sought after conference speaker.
She is the author of more than 30 books, including the bestsellers Diamonds in the Dust, Heaven, and More Precious Than Silver.
In 2003 she was given the Gold Medallion Award for her book When God Weeps and in 2004 for co-authoring Hymns for a Kid's Heart, Volume 1. Her award winning and best-selling autobiography, Joni, was adapted as a full-length feature film. Tada also serves in an advisory capacity to many Institutes concerned with disability, writing and evangelism worldwide. She has been given many awards and holds several honourary doctorates. Joni and her husband, Ken, live in Southern California.