Praying Through Sorrows
Doubts, depression and discouragement are characteristic responses of someone who has endured an experience of 'bad things happening to good people.' When a promise from God does not come to pass, the aftermath is often confusion about validity of a personal relationship with the Lord. In Praying Through Sorrows, co-authors Dutch Sheets and Chris Jackson confront the emotional anguish awaiting the arrival of a long delayed breakthrough. Forsaking any clichi about the patience of Job, Praying Through Sorrows shows how one overcomes the debilitating state of 'hope deferred making the heart sick, ' while seeking a restoration of faith in God's goodness.
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About a year ago I lost my husband to suicide. I have wondered, did I pray enough for him, maybe if I had listened to him more I might have been aware of what he was thinking. Was there something else I could have done to save his life. This book helped me alot. I needed to know it was ok to know I had done all I could do. He didn't ask my permission and he didn't discuss what he was planning. He made a choice and I have to live with his choice, even though it has turned my life upside down. I was a stay at home Mom for almost 36 years, now I am forced to work whether I want to or not. I lost my home of 22 years. I have moved into my son's garage. I liked the scripture recover all. I am still waiting for that part. I will recover all and this to shall pass. Thanks for this book. It really ministered to me.
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