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What does human suffering have to do with God's power and love? Everyone has a "Gethsemane," a place and time in our lives when we face sorrow on the deepest level. To help us understand the relationship and interaction between human suffering and God's power and love, author Leslie Montgomery looks at the details of Jesus' example to show how valuable lessons can be learned through suffering.

©1997 Leslie Montgomery (P)2010 Crossway Audio

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  • Carrie
  • Swansea, United Kingdom
  • 07-04-13

Exellent Redemptive sufferening

Leslie Montgomery really unleashes her emotions and feelings in this wonderful account of redemptive suffereing. Her simplistic language and clear explanations invites anyone to understand how we can reach a deeper spiritual connection with God in the state of sufferening. Using real life examples the reader can relate to the experiences and then connects this to Jesus' time of suffereing in the garden of Gethsemane. A definitie must, and accessible to all. Fantastic!! One of the best books I have listeded to. Great!

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  • Wayne D.
  • 15-09-18

Very good with the exception of a Biblical inaccuracies

The concept was very good as was the analogy to the Garden of Gethsemane.
The one inaccuracy was that the author referred to the Eucharist as a symbol. If we believe the words of Jesus then we need to believe all the words. This is my Body. Not this is a symbol of my body. A study of the first and second century Christians or Early Church fathers. Or even the writings of Paul will easily clarify this for you.
Other than that - Great job!