Hurt-What is a Christian supposed to do? Joshua Justice
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Sometimes life just gets hard, especially when hurting from stinging words, personal attacks, abandonment by friends, or someone at work is doing his or her best to destroy your reputation and maybe even get you fired.  Those are just a few things that can upset your day, but whatever it may be, the big question now, is what do you do with all that??? How are we supposed to handle the little stings as well as the huge life-changing attacks?  Deacon Joshua takes us through the steps outlined in the Bible in simple, practical terms, steps that can keep the Christian from becoming embittered at difficult situations, steps that cause us to be free and clear before the Father.   There is no promise that life will suddenly become all sunshine and easy pleasure, but there are promises that our internal tormentors can and will cease, that our relationship to the Father can be restored without guilt, and that there is a day coming when all will make sense and be made right.  Hurts?  There are things a Christian is supposed to do... and then the healing can begin.


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