The Suffering Question: Biblical Insights Into Why Bad Things Happen to Good People

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Why do people suffer?

People all over the world have asked this question for centuries. They've hypothesized, drawn conclusions, and created theories about why bad things happen, especially to good people.

In The Suffering Question, Mac Hammond uses God's Word to shine ...

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Overview

Why do people suffer?

People all over the world have asked this question for centuries. They've hypothesized, drawn conclusions, and created theories about why bad things happen, especially to good people.

In The Suffering Question, Mac Hammond uses God's Word to shine light on this dark question. He'll answer:

Why Job suffered

What was Paul's thorn

What pruning and purging really mean

What Christians have to suffer

Be prepared to throw preconceived ideas out the window. Let go of religious mindsets that may bog you down. Prepare yourself to take a journey through the bigger picture of why people suffer.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781573994095
  • Publisher: Mac Hammond Ministries
  • Publication date: 7/28/2010
  • Pages: 115
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Forward 1

Part 1 The Suffering Question

Chapter 1 Building Your Life on a Strong Foundation 5

Chapter 2 Who God Is 9

Chapter 3 What About Job? 13

Part 2 Taking Job Apart

Chapter 4 Job's Limitations 23

Chapter 5 Job's Calamities 27

Chapter 6 Job's Debate 39

Chapter 7 The "Wisdom" of Job 45

Chapter 8 Turning Job Around 51

Part 3 Putting Job Back Together

Chapter 9 Steps Toward Deliverance 57

Part 4 Redefining Suffering

Chapter 10 Do Christians Have to Suffer at All? 69

Chapter 11 Persecution for Jesus' Sake 77

Chapter 12 The Suffering of Consecration 81

Part 5 Breezing Through the Storms of Life

Chapter 13 Facing the Storms of Life 89

Chapter 14 Storms of Various Kinds 95

Chapter 15 Who You Are in Christ 99

Chapter 16 Abiding in the Vine 105

Conclusion 111

Endnotes 112

References 113

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