The Reality of Suffering and the Peace of God

The Reality of Suffering and the Peace of God


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The Reality of Suffering and the Peace of God by Glenn C. Stewart

As a pastor, Glenn C. Stewart has ministered to many people for over forty years. However, no message was ever so close to home or as gripping, as the one he delivered to Faith Community Church on April 10th, 2016. Face one of the most shocking trials a person can encounter (a malignant brain tumor diagnosis) with one of the bravest of God’s men in Amazon Best-Seller and Reader's Favorite 5 star rated, The Reality of Suffering and the Peace of God. Everyone has suffered, but not everyone has found peace in suffering. In this adaptation of the sermon he delivered on April 10th, 2016, Glenn’s story is a testament and encouragement to anyone searching for faith and healing.

* This is a short story/novella length publication *

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997546200
Publisher: LifeEquip, Inc.
Publication date: 06/28/2016
Pages: 60
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.16(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction ------------------------------------ 11
Accounts of Suffering ------------------------------------ 13
My Suffering ------------------------------------ 17
Finding Courage ------------------------------------ 27
Suffering and Courage ------------------------------------ 35
Finding Unity ------------------------------------ 41
About the Author ------------------------------------ 49
Acknowledgements ------------------------------------ 51

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DLaChance More than 1 year ago
As a Pastor with a rich legacy of caring for the suffering of others, Glenn Stewart was suddenly faced with the need for his own encouragement and comfort as he faced the hour of his own greatest need. His world around him was rocked through a debilitating illness that left his way forward suddenly and forever changed. But Glenn found strength and peace in the storm. Because when all is shaken that can be shaken, that which cannot be moved becomes abundantly evident. And that unshakable foundation in Christ is abundantly evident in Glenn's unfolding story of "the Reality of Suffering and the Peace of God."