Tag: Suffering

  • The Return of The King

    The Return of The King

    This story is about redemption and friendship. The King returns to redeem and restore goodness and virtue over the land, while friendship is the solid foundation on which all hard things are achieved, and clinging to the smallest amount of hope is enough to keep going with the burdensome task of destroying the One-Ring

  • The Hiding Place

    The Hiding Place

    “For I, too, had a hiding place when things were bad. Jesus was this place.”

  • Corrie ten Boom – Keeper of the Angels Den

    Corrie ten Boom – Keeper of the Angels Den

    “There is no pit so deep that God’s love cannot reach it.” – Bestie ten Boom

  • Becoming Elisabeth Elliot

    Becoming Elisabeth Elliot

    ‘Becoming Elisabeth Elliot’ is the first part of a two-volume authorized biography of Elisabeth Elliot’s life by Ellen Vaughn. This book tells the story of a “young missionary in Ecuador when members of a violent Amazonian tribe savagely speared her husband Jim and his four colleagues”.

  • It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

    Have you ever found yourself – by the prompting of the Holy Spirit – praying for something which seems downright crazy? I have, and I’m guessing I’m not alone here. A few years ago, I constantly battled with doubt over my salvation. If I’m really honest, I don’t think I actually believed God – who…

  • If I Were You

    If I Were You

    “Where is the Good Shepherd in all of this suffering and loss?” – EVE DAWSON

  • Growing in Gratitude

    Growing in Gratitude

    “If every good thing he has given were to vanish, we would still be safe in Christ – and our basis for gracious gratitude would have no reason to be changed at all.” – Mary K. Mohler

  • Gentle and Lowly

    Gentle and Lowly

    “Gentle and lowly. This, according to his own testimony, is Christ’s very heart. This is who he is. Tender. Open. Welcoming. Accommodating. Understanding. Willing.” – Dane Ortlund