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Suffering and the Saints

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts?I learned much about what to do during times of suffering from old saints who led me to Christ. Often, in turbulent times, I marveled at their steady spirits, their continued sincerity and kindness, and their faith in the face of cruelty and sarcasm. A godly example such as theirs is worth a fortune and without their example, it would have been difficult for me to believe what Jesus revealed to me in 1981. By watching how trials were overcome by those whom I knew were faithful to Christ, I was prepared to believe the truth, to understand the examples of faith given to us in the Bible, and to teach these things.With understanding comes strength. Of more value than seeing good being done, then, is understanding why it is right to do good. This is the beauty of the Biblical stories of faith. Not only are the righteous seen doing good in difficult situations, but their knowledge of God, the very reason they did good, is also explained. And it is only by coming to know God as they knew Him, knowing Him as He really is, can we experience the consistently victorious life they found.

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts?If you'd like to read Pastor John Clark's entire book on the subject, follow this link to the entire book in PDF formathttp://goingtojesus.com/gtjr_text/books/pdfs/suffering.pdf. You may also visit us athttp://www.pastorjohnshouse.com/to learn even more.

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts?If you'd like to read Pastor John Clark's entire book on the subject, follow this link to the entire book in PDF formathttp://goingtojesus.com/gtjr_text/books/pdfs/suffering.pdf. You may also visit us athttp://www.pastorjohnshouse.com/to learn even more.

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts?If you'd like to read Pastor John Clark's entire book on the subject, follow this link to the entire book in PDF formathttp://goingtojesus.com/gtjr_text/books/pdfs/suffering.pdf. You may also visit us athttp://www.pastorjohnshouse.com/to learn even more.

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts? If you'd like to read Pastor John Clark's entire book on the subject, follow this link to the entire book in PDF formathttp://goingtojesus.com/gtjr_text/books/pdfs/suffering.pdf. You may also visit us athttp://www.pastorjohnshouse.com/to learn even more.

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts?If you'd like to read Pastor John Clark's entire book on the subject, follow this link to the entire book in PDF formathttp://goingtojesus.com/gtjr_text/books/pdfs/suffering.pdf. You may also visit us athttp://www.pastorjohnshouse.com/to learn even more.

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts?If you'd like to read Pastor John Clark's entire book on the subject, follow this link to the entire book in PDF formathttp://goingtojesus.com/gtjr_text/books/pdfs/suffering.pdf. You may also visit us athttp://www.pastorjohnshouse.com/to learn even more.

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts?If you'd like to read Pastor John Clark's entire book on the subject, follow this link to the entire book in PDF formathttp://goingtojesus.com/gtjr_text/books/pdfs/suffering.pdf. You may also visit us athttp://www.pastorjohnshouse.com/to learn even more.

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On August 23, 1981, after completing a study on suffering and the response which Biblical men and women gave to it, the holy Ghost spoke to me and said, "It tickles the devil for God's people to blame their troubles on him." Yes, it pleases the devil for us to blame our trials on him! Why? Because we will never come to the knowledge of God if we trust someone else to be in control of the circumstances of our lives. We are told that "the Lord trieth the righteous"; therefore, must we not say that whomever we trust to be trying our faith is Lord in our hearts? If you'd like to read Pastor John Clark's entire book on the subject, follow this link to the entire book in PDF formathttp://goingtojesus.com/gtjr_text/books/pdfs/suffering.pdf. You may also visit us athttp://www.pastorjohnshouse.com/to learn even more.

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