Tag Archives: Suffering

Japan – March 2011

(Originally posted on 3/16/2011) Would that we all weep for those in Japan.  In the midst of incredible political turmoil all over the middle east and in Africa, another unpredictable and incomprehensible blow is delivered.  I watched through tears as … Continue reading

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One Reason for Suffering…

TWO O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING My wife and I were reflecting last night at two o’clock in the morning (over the cries of our youngest daughter Amma, who still has trouble sleeping), why God allows challenges to persist despite much … Continue reading

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Wisdom is in the House of Mourning

In the summer of 2010 I wrote a short devotional for Corinth Reformed’s newsletter. It was on Ecclesiastes 7:4. In today’s world of unashamed self-centered pleasure seeking, we need to be reminded that deep and lasting happiness have never been … Continue reading

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