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Some of the greatest worship songs and hymns were written during times of deep pain. The process of going through trials is not easy, yet when we allow God to work through our pain, He can produce a sweet melody of growth in our lives. This eight-message series gives biblical counsel on the issue of suffering in the lives of believers.

©2006 Skip Heitzig (P)2012 Skip Heitzig

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I like Sermons and lectures so I really enjoyed this audiobook. I can also learn something new in the process.

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Understanding that someone elses pain is much worse than mine helps me to see how blessed I am. Though we all have our own level of pain when it comes to being a Christian some are much worse that others and it must be true that God does not give us any more than we can handle because some of the people in the Bible has an excruciating amount of pain and still worshiped God.

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