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Don't Waste Your Sorrows

Don't Waste Your Sorrows

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The question, "Why, God?" has been asked by Christians from all levels of spiritual maturity throughout history. Perhaps nothing is as perplexing to Christians as the enigma of pain and suffering. This well loved writer and pastor, ministering for over 60 years, continues the theme originally presented in his bestselling DESTINED FOR THE THRONE: Christians are in training for eternal rulership with Christ. The character needed to fulfill both present and future responsibilities can, at times, be developed only in the school of suffering. He points out that it is not the mere presence of suffering but how a Christian reacts to it which determines one's spiritual growth through sorrow and pain.

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The question, "Why, God?" has been asked by Christians from all levels of spiritual maturity throughout history. Perhaps nothing is as perplexing to Christians as the enigma of pain and suffering. This well loved writer and pastor, ministering for over 60 years, continues the theme originally presented in his bestselling DESTINED FOR THE THRONE: Christians are in training for eternal rulership with Christ. The character needed to fulfill both present and future responsibilities can, at times, be developed only in the school of suffering. He points out that it is not the mere presence of suffering but how a Christian reacts to it which determines one's spiritual growth through sorrow and pain.
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The author points out that it is not the mere presence of suffering but how a Christian reacts to it which determines one's spiritual growth through sorrow and pain. Paul Billheimer warns Christians not to waste their sorrows, but to transform them.
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Paul Billheimer

PAUL E. BILLHEIMER and his wife began a tent ministry in Anderson, Indiana, in 1936 that grew to include a Bible institute, a Christian high school, a Christian day school, and in 1957, a Christian television station. His books include Don't Waste Your Sorrows, and Destined for the Throne. They were married for 63 years and raised three children. Paul Billheimer passed away in 1984.

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