All Resources on Suffering
John Piper says God arranges our circumstances to help make us happier in him.
John Piper says that getting help from physical means doesn't have to imply a lack of trust in God.
In grief and pain and despair people often say things they otherwise would not say, and we should not reprove them.
When there is work to be done and you are sad, do it with tears, trusting that there will yet be a harvest of joy.
John Piper suggests three ways to help sufferers trust in God.
Suffering would seem to threaten endurance, not promote it. But that's not what James says.
John Piper says that moments of spiritual weakness should not cause us to doubt our salvation, but to repent.
John Piper draws a distinction between the punishment of a judge and the discipline of a father.
John Piper shows how joy in suffering is the right response for Christians.
John Piper says we should be slow to speak when ministering to those who are suffering.
John Piper says to show support first and offer explanations later.
John Piper says that pain is sometimes God's way of calling attention to an area of sin in our lives.
John Piper says there's no correlation between obedience and earthly ease.