“My concern in writing this book has been practical–to see what the Bible teaches us about suffering: how we should view it, and how we should prepare for it. . . . You and I are called to learn what it means to trust God in every circumstance, and to live for Him no matter what comes our way.” —Billy Graham
Why is suffering the common lot of all people everywhere–believers and non-believers alike–and why does it seem that the world is out of control when it comes to the problem of pain and suffering?
These are not easy questions, and in reality, you will never know the answers completely until you see our Lord face to face in heaven. Nevertheless, the Bible does give you some answers.
In Who’s In Charge of a World That Suffers?, originally titled Till Armageddon, world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham uncovers the clues the scriptures offer you to this universal question–the question of suffering. Readers will discover what the Bible says about:
- Why Christians are not exempt from suffering
- Living above your circumstances
- The place of prayer in suffering
- God’s promises for those who suffer
- And much more
Christians are called to learn what it means to trust God in every circumstance, and to live for Him no matter what comes our way. It is essential to think more clearly about suffering, and to rearrange your priorities so that when your personal armageddons come, you will not be taken by surprise or be unprepared. Christian readers, pastors, Bible study leaders, and anyone questioning where God fits into suffering will find encouragement in this message of hope for a broken world.
Who’s in Charge of a World that Suffers? includes an informative and inspirational new introduction by Franklin Graham that speaks to today’s reader in the midst of painful circumstances.
Coming out on January 5, 2021