Don't Waste Your Sorrows: Finding God's Purpose in the Midst of Pain

Don't Waste Your Sorrows: Finding God's Purpose in the Midst of Pain

by Paul E. Billheimer
     
 
Discovering God's Miracle of Growth Through Times of Suffering

Published almost thirty years ago, this book speaks to every generation of Christian believers, helping them to gain an eternal perspective on life's sometimes painful experiences. Knowing that God has planned for the church to be trained through such circumstances will help readers to accept what they

Overview

Discovering God's Miracle of Growth Through Times of Suffering

Published almost thirty years ago, this book speaks to every generation of Christian believers, helping them to gain an eternal perspective on life's sometimes painful experiences. Knowing that God has planned for the church to be trained through such circumstances will help readers to accept what they usually go to great lengths to avoid. Billheimer shows clearly that it is not the mere presence of pain in our lives that gives benefit, however. It is in a proper response to it that God is able to mature and prepare His church for her glorious future as the reigning bride of Christ. Christians of all ages learn how the difficulties they encounter in life can work for their good--if they don't "waste" them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764201585
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/01/2006
Edition description:
Repackaged Edition
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
422,885
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.38(h) x 0.31(d)

Meet the Author

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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