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Don't Waste Your Sorrows: New Insight into God's Eternal Purpose for Each Christian in the Midst of Life's Greatest Adversities (edition 1983)

by Paul E. Billheimer (Author)

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"No Pain, no gain. In this now recognized classic, Billheimer gives hope to those in pain--it's all part of the training. Count the painful 'why God?' moments in life as character building for eternity"--Provided by publisher.
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Title:Don't Waste Your Sorrows: New Insight into God's Eternal Purpose for Each Christian in the Midst of Life's Greatest Adversities
Authors:Paul E. Billheimer (Author)
Info:Bethany House Pub (1983), 130 pages
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"No Pain, no gain. In this now recognized classic, Billheimer gives hope to those in pain--it's all part of the training. Count the painful 'why God?' moments in life as character building for eternity"--Provided by publisher.

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A study in sainthood and suffering. The author points out that it is not the mere presence of suffering but how a Christian reacts to it which determines one's spiritual growth through sorrow and pain. Paul Billheimer warns Christians not to waste their sorrows, but to transform them.
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