Monthly Archives: January 2013

Our Visit with Elaine

Mother and I visited our favorite patient today. Picture taken by Elaine’s best friend visiting her for a few days. Thanks, Donna! (pictured in top photo)

Image | Posted on by | Leave a comment

The “Long” in Suffering

When one is suffering, the days seem long and the solutions indiscernible. In the furnace of tribulations, one is tested and proven under the fire of afflictions. As precious metals are refined in blistering conditions, so are suffering Christians. Sometimes … Continue reading

Posted in Suffering | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Beware….

In the book of Job, his friends learn of Job’s multiple devastations. Initially they sit silently before him and grieve by his side. After they deem that the grieving has ended, each one has something to say. Unfortunately for Job … Continue reading

Posted in Suffering | Tagged , | Leave a comment

The Folly of Job

In re-reading sections of the book of Job in the Bible, a couple of interesting perspectives on suffering jumped out at me.   One, Job questioned God in the midst of his suffering. His questioning and desire for a hearing … Continue reading

Posted in Suffering | Tagged , | Leave a comment