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Why Does God Let It Happen? is a spiritual and religious guide that hopes to answer that question to why evil continues to have such a powerful presence in the world, and why is there seemingly a lack of intervention from God. Thoughtful and spirit lifting, Why Does God Let It Happen? is a fine addition to any spirituality collection/5(13). The book Miracles do happen was excellent. Though I am a non catholic I gleaned much spiritual uplift from reading about the life of a nun with healing gifts. It is interesting to know that she has been a great support to the priesthood/5. The book is great for renewing faith in prayer, and offers much guidance and learning to discern God's voice in our life through prayer. Her book also covers so many critical and sensitive subjects such as the attacks on the priesthood, the place of our Blessed Mother in our faith, by: 2. God Space: Where Spiritual Conversations Happen Naturally - Kindle edition by Pollock, Doug. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ ().
The book of Job deals with the issue of why God allows bad things to happen to good people. Job was a righteous man (Job ), yet he suffered in ways that are almost beyond belief. God allowed Satan to do everything he wanted to Job except kill him, and Satan did his worst. When you read this church leadership book, God Space: Where Spiritual Conversations Happen Naturally, you'll connect with these real-life stories of how ordinary people learned how to engage others in rich spiritual conversations that open doors instead of slamming them shut. With this adult ministry leadership book, you'll find fresh insights. Ever sense God nudging you to say something to a friend, co-worker or family member and don't know what to say? In God Space Doug Pollock shows you how the Holy Spirit can do amazing things through ordinary everyday conversations. You'll find fresh insights and practical tools for connecting with others when you read about the real-life stories of how ordinary people learned to engage others 5/5(7). “A time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance.” (Ecclesiastes )It is clear throughout Scripture that God is good, but it is also clear that we will endure pain, fear, and heartache. Even though God is immensely good, bad things will : Jason Soroski.
Disappointment with God tackles the problem of pain in a powerful way. It looks frankly at the ways in which our relationship with God is different from human relationships. It asks questions like "Why do bad things happen to good people?"/5. This book puts way more emphasis on praying then on also listening for God's response to our thanks, prayers and requests. Of course we are definitely supposed to pray all the time, but we also need to listen for God's voice, for Him to talk back to us/5. When Bad Things Happen to Good People (ISBN ) is a book by Harold Kushner, a Conservative r addresses in the book one of the principal problems of theodicy, the conundrum of why, if the universe was created and is governed by a God who is of a good and loving nature, there is nonetheless so much suffering and pain in it - essentially, the evidential problem of : Harold Kushner. I had to put this book down as it goes against the Truth. When I read the bit about the author believing that we are Co-creators with God, that we use the Power of God consciously to produce a specific result and 'What are we going to do with Him now that we finally see that She's always been there,' I knew this was false teaching/5.