#95 The psychology of faith in suffering for Christ

#95…indeed…is a VERY GOOD number.

Bless you, Keith.


paul[1]The history of all nations and cultures teach us that out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls who overcome and make progress for the betterment of their people, and sometimes, even the whole world. All of the massive characters in world history  were and are seared with scars, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. It is the dying larvae which produces the soaring butterfly. It is the crushed grape that yields the wine. It is the broken alabaster box that reveals the perfume. Some cryptic prophet, profound in his inspiration said, “The wound is the place where the light enters.” Generally speaking, people are not prepared or able to rejoice in their suffering unless they experience in their thought processes and belief system, a huge biblical revolution of how they think and feel about the meaning of life. Human nature and Western culture make it well-nigh impossible to rejoice in suffering…

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