by Dr. Karen Colvin on February 16, 2018

in Word of the Week

Remember Job’s pain and suffering ended in victory.  He didn’t die alone in a hole, destitute and hopeless, but he left this physical life blessed and restored.  Job came through his suffering stronger, wiser and more intimate with God than before his ordeal.  He died full of years and today is in the presence of the Lord with all of his children.   Sessions in Pain, pg. 96

AUTHOR’S COMMENTS: When God has your life nothing is lost. Somethings  are removed for a moment as growth and development takes place in you; but nothing is lost to Him. He is a most efficient God, using every trial, every pain, and all that our enemy meant for evil, to bring us eventual good and blessings.

“But You, O Lord, are a shield for me,
My glory [and my honor], and the One who lifts my head”

(Psalm 3:3 AMP).

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