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Be Still, My Soul (25 Classic and Contemporary Readings on the Problem of…

by David Martyn Lloyd-Jones

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Many short chapters all written by different people from different times. This may be the best book on suffering that I've read even though no single chapter goes into a lot of depth. It's also good for finding other quality books on living the Christian life. ( )
  lemonflavor | Mar 16, 2012 |
The twenty five chapters in Be Still, My Soul are written by twenty-five authors from very different backgrounds, circumstances, and times: A. W. Tozer; Os Guiness, D. A. Carson; Augustine; Dietrich Bonhoeffer, John Newton, to list some. The book is divided in three sections: nine pieces on God’s perspective on suffering (how suffering fits in the big picture); eight on God’s purpose in suffering (how suffering is used by God for specific purposes); and eight on God’s provision in suffering (how God cares for us in difficulties).
  rbclibrary | Apr 24, 2010 |
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