Christ in His Suffering
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Christ in His Suffering by Klass Schilder

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Published by Sovereign Grace Publishers .
Written in English


  • Christian theology,
  • Christianity - Theology - General,
  • Religion - Theology,
  • Religion,
  • Christian Theology - General

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The Physical Object
Number of Pages468
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8842729M
ISBN 101589602544
ISBN 109781589602540

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  In Suffering and the Sovereignty of God, contributors John Piper, Joni Eareckson Tada, Steve Saint, Carl Ellis, David Powlison, Dustin Shramek, and Mark Talbot explore the many categories of God’s sovereignty as evidenced in his Word. They urge readers to look to Christ, even in suffering, to find the greatest confidence, deepest comfort, and.   It is love “to the end” that confers on Christ’s sacrifice its value as redemption and reparation, as atonement and satisfaction. He knew and loved us all when he offered his life. All of our suffering, prayers and penances are empty if it were not for the passion and death of Christ. What do we [ ]. "But the things which God announced beforehand by the mouth of all the prophets, that His Christ would suffer, He has thus fulfilled. And according to Paul's custom, he went to them, and for three Sabbaths reasoned with them from the Scriptures, explaining and giving evidence that the Christ had to suffer and rise again from the dead, and. Paul needs every ounce of courage because of the heavy sufferings he knows his work will bring. “The Holy Spirit testifies to me in every city that imprisonment and persecutions are waiting for me,” (Acts ) he says. He is kidnapped (Acts ), beaten (Acts ; ), threatened (Acts ; ), arrested many times.

The book of Job is an obvious place to turn when a Christian suffers, but it is not easy to discern what God means to teach his people through this difficult book. This article interprets Job’s teaching on suffering from five broad perspectives: (1) God’s purpose in allowing suffering; (2) how Job “diversifies” our interpretations of. In his latest book, Songs of a Suffering King, J. V. Fesko explores how the Psalms make a beeline to the person and work of Christ. An important element of the Psalms is the realizing the message relayed by the Psalmist and for that matter David as the anointed king of Israel served as a foreshadow of the Messiah, King Jesus/5(41). These are timeless questions asked the world over that E. Stanley Jones eloquently addresses in his book Christ and Human Suffering, published in No one is better to address this than Jones, who had spent much of his adult life living in China and India, where suffering of the masses, and of individuals trying to help them, was extreme/5(10). OCLC Number: Notes: The suffering of the Lord Jesus ending with the Garden of Gethsemane. A translation of the first volume of the author's Christus in sijn lijden.

  In his book The Crucified God, Jürgen Moltmann writes, “The suffering in suffering is the lack of love, and the wounds in wounds are the abandonment, and the powerlessness in pain is unbelief Author: Timothy Dalrymple. Suffering: Gospel Hope When Life Doesn't Make Sense (Audio Book Download) $ "This book is a balm to the soul that you will pick up and not be able to put down; it will also become a beloved friend to return to for years to come and trusted wisdom to . (2) Suffering for Christ’s sake is the will of God. Even as it was the Father’s will for Christ to suffer for our sins, so it is His will that we suffer as we identify with Christ (see Acts ; Colossians ; 1 Peter ; ; ). (3) Suffering for Christ’s sake is not only for the glory of God, but for our own good.   The Bible is startlingly realistic when it comes to the problem of endured suffering. For one thing, the Bible devotes an entire book to dealing with the problem. This book concerns a man named Job. It begins with a scene in heaven which provides the reader with the background of Job’s suffering. Job suffers because God contested with Satan.