Item description for Dont Waste Your Sorrows: New Insight Into God's Eternal Purpose for Each Christian in the Midst of Life's Greatest Adversities by Paul E. Billheimer...
Overview 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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Studio: Christian Literature Crusade
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.92" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Apr 29, 1993
Publisher AUTHENTIC UK
ISBN 0875080073 ISBN13 9780875080079
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More About Paul E. Billheimer
Paul E. Billheimer authored several enduring books concerning the body of Christ, including Destined for the Throne, Love Covers, Destined to Overcome, and Destined for the Throne. He and his wife began a tent ministry in Anderson, Indiana, in 1936 that grew to include a Bible institute, a Christian high school and day school, and eventually a Christian television station. In their later years they worked with Trinity Broadcasting Network. They were married for sixty-three years and raised three children. He passed away in 1984.
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Don't Waste Your Sorrows Mar 1, 2006
This is about the best book I've read that explains why God allows suffering & pain in this world. People are always asking why does God allow some of the tragedies that take place on earth.....give them this book. If you don't believe in God, maybe this will change your mind.
A Unique Insight Jun 27, 2000
This book is difficult to describe. I have read over a hundred religion books and this one is certainly in my top five. The insight gathered from this book helped me to understand that trials and suffering in the life of a christian are purposeful and necessary far beyond anything that we generally acknowledge. This is a must read for any person who considers themselves a christian! This book will help you to understand the pain that life can bring and to make sense of it in the light of God's plan and will for you!
A Unique Insight Jun 27, 2000
This book is difficult to describe. I have read over a hundred religion books and this one is certainly in my top five. The insight gathered from this book helped me to understand that trials and suffering in the life of a christian are purposeful and necessary far beyond anything that we generally acknowledge. This is a must read for any person who considers themselves a christian! This book will help you to understand the pain that life can bring and to make sense of it in the light of God's will for you!
A very timely book on Christian suffering. Jun 12, 1998
This book presents a thought-provoking perspective on God's purposes for Christian suffering. The author supports his thoughts with Scripture. His interpretations and insights are deep yet very comforting. Although I have read numerous books on sorrow, tribulations, and suffering over the years, this book has had the greatest impact on my understanding of this most difficult subject.
End the pity parties! Mar 8, 1997
This is one of the best books I've read as a Christian. It totally clarified the role of suffering in the life of the believer (our suffering is not God's fault!), and armed with the Biblical facts brought out in this book, my attitude toward the hard part of life has changed dramatically and permanently. Several copies of this book should be in every Christian's library for lending out