Book Recommendations

Through decades of quadriplegia, I have learned that when you’re hemorrhaging human pain, answers—even if they are good, right, and true—can sting like salt in a wound. Answers don’t always suffice when a suffering soul must sit alone, bear the agony, and . . . wait. But to wait on the Lord is to, indeed, find solace in suffering, and Martin Bass underscores this poignantly in his new book Our Dark Night of the Soul. Yes, affliction is a mystery, but it is not a mystery without direction—thank you, Martin, for shedding light into that dark night.—JONI EARECKSON TADA, Joni and Friends International Disability Center

We all hope that living a life of integrity, faith, and goodness will assure us of nothing but happiness and peace. But the reality is that sometimes life offers us the unexpected. Our Dark Night of the Soul is a personal story of devastation and the journey through unexpected heartache to renewed faith and inspiration.—DAN MILLER, life coach and author of Wisdom Meets Passion

Jesus said, “In the world you will have tribulation,” and Christians are not excluded from that temporal and external reality. What we can have is an internal and eternal peace of God. Few people are as equipped as my friend Martin Bass to teach you how to find solace when you are engulfed by the inevitable sufferings of this passing world. This book will prepare you for those dark nights of the soul, and reveal how God sustains you until morning comes again.—DR. NEIL T. ANDERSON,  founder and president emeritus of Freedom in Christ Ministries



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