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Content On: Suffering, Trials, Persecution

Articles:

TitleAuthor
Lesson 86: Sorrow Turned into Joy (John 16:16-24)Steven Cole03/31/2015
Singing Songs In The NightRichard D. Patterson03/23/2015
Lesson 84: Witnessing To A Hostile World (John 16:1-11)Steven Cole03/02/2015
Lesson 83: What To Expect In The World (John 15:18-27)Steven Cole03/02/2015
Lesson 139: The Darkness of the Tomb (Luke 23:50-56)Daniel Bennett02/27/2015
Lesson 137: The Cross and the Criminals (Luke 23:32-43)Daniel Bennett02/27/2015
Lesson 131: The Hour of Darkness, Part III (Luke 22:31-53)Daniel Bennett02/26/2015
Lesson 129: The Hour of Darkness, Part I (Luke 22:31-53)Daniel Bennett02/26/2015
Lesson 130: The Hour of Darkness, Part II (Luke 22:31-53)Daniel Bennett02/26/2015
Lesson 83: Lamenting Jerusalem (Luke 13:31-35)Daniel Bennett02/16/2015
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Question & Answers:

Questions
What studies in Scripture would you recommend to prison inmates?
Romans 8:18 and 1Pet chapter 4 seem to imply Christians should rejoice in our suffering because of the sympathy towards the suffering of Jesus, and some how that is related to Glory. When Christians suffer how is that immediately glorious?
Could you give a list of the Bible references that the "faith healers" use and explain the validity of their position?
If a believer doesn’t suffer much, could it mean he really doesn’t belong to Christ?
Is the devil to blame for our sin and suffering?
Do you have any articles on the “god wants to heal everyone” issue?
My friend committed suicide and I’m having a tough time dealing with the pain. Do you have any advice?
How could God allow so many to die on the Titanic?
Is the statement, “God will not put more on me than I can bear” true?