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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Biblical Studies / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:216
  • eBook ISBN:9781934782255

Suffering and the Saints

by John David Clark, Sr. View author's profile page

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Overview
You are hurting. You have suffered a crushing loss. You have been disappointed, misunderstood, betrayed. What are you to do? What are you to think? ---- I learned much about what to do during times of suffering from the old saints who led me to Christ. In turbulent times, I marveled at their steady spirits, their sincerity, kindness, and faith in the far of cruelty and skepticism. One example is worth a mountain of words. Of even more value than seeing good being done, however, is understanding why it is right to do good, for it is understanding that gives us the strength to persevere in well doing. This is the beauty of the stories of faith that you will read in this book. Not only are men and women seen doing good in desperate situations, but the reason they did good is explained. So, by knowing what they knew, we can do what they did, and be what they were. Travel these pages with me and stand in awe of the goodness, power, and wisdomof God by which the saints of old met and over the suffering that God had give them to endure.
Description
You are hurting. You have suffered a crushing loss. You have been disappointed, misunderstood, betrayed. What are you to do? What are you to think? ---- I learned much about what to do during times of suffering from the old saints who led me to Christ. In turbulent times, I marveled at their steady spirits, their sincerity, kindness, and faith in the far of cruelty and skepticism. One example is worth a mountain of words. Of even more value than seeing good being done, however, is understanding why it is right to do good, for it is understanding that gives us the strength to persevere in well doing. This is the beauty of the stories of faith that you will read in this book. Not only are men and women seen doing good in desperate situations, but the reason they did good is explained. So, by knowing what they knew, we can do what they did, and be what they were. Travel these pages with me and stand in awe of the goodness, power, and wisdomof God by which the saints of old met and over the suffering that God had give them to endure.
About the author
Pastor John Clark, Sr. was assistant for fourteen years to his late father, Pastor George C. Clark, a pioneer of the Spirit-filled faith in eastern North Carolina. Since the death of “Preacher Clark”, Pastor John has continued his work as teacher and pastor of the same home fellowship for over twenty years, producing an abundance of gospel literature and audio teaching series on biblical topics. Pastor John has authored over a dozen books, including the following: Marriage and Divorce The Apostate Fathers Tithes and Offerings God Had a Son before Mary Did Speaking in Tongues at Spirit Baptism He has also written scores of hymns, many of which may be heard online at SongsofRest.com, along with songs written by members of the body of Christ that meets at his house. Pastor John and his wife, Barbara, have been blessed with four children and four grandchildren. They invite you to visit PastorJohnsHouse.com and get to know their family in Christ. We who meet at Pastor John’s house send you greetings and much love in Christ. May this book be a blessing to you and the saints there with you.
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