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Resources: Suffering and Evil

The God I Love

Lord, your no answer to physical healing meant yes to a deeper healing

The God Who Brings Good Out of Bad (audio)

In this 53 minute clip, Randy Alcorn Dr. Wayne Grudem speak on the theme "Between Heaven and Earth" at the April 2010 Clarus Conference.  This is one of two messages given by Randy at the conference.

The God Who Will Bring Good out of Bad (Romans 8:28) (audio and video)

Randy Alcorn teaches on Romans 8:28 at Good Shepherd Community Church. This video, from the Saturday night service includes the Powerpoint slides on the screen for your study convenience.

The Love Gift

It’s easy to see the wonderful, amazing things in life as love gifts. But let me tell you, it’s much harder to see the difficult and downright horrible things in life as gifts.

The Paradox of the Cross

manJesus said that if we are to truly be His disciples we are to “take up our cross daily and follow Him” (Luke 9:23). But what does that mean?

To understand that, we need to understand the meaning of the cross in that time and culture.

The cross has lost most of its original meaning today. It is shrouded in religiousness and mystery. It has become many things, from a religious icon to a fashion element.

When we see the cross today, it is a symbol of faith, particularly the Christian faith.

Teaching on Job 19 (audio)

Randy Alcorn teaches on Job 19 to staff at Family Life.

That Great Steel Cross: More Reflections On The Calamity Of September 11

Not surprisingly God and suffering were prominent in the commemorations of 9/11. But missing from most was the observation that there were greater horrors in 2001. This is not to minimize the pain of 9/11 but to sharpen the problem of suffering.

This World is the Exception, Not the Rule (audio)

In this two and a half minute clip, Randy Alcorn talks about coming to grips with the evil and suffering in this present world in the context of a larger Christian worldview.

Three Models of Deliverance (from demon possession)

Model #1: Gospel Encounter

Model #2: Power Encounter

Model #3: Truth Encounter

To Those Who Are Hurting and Confused

During the two years it has taken me to research and write this book, many people have asked about the project. I expected that my answer, containing the words evil and suffering, would prompt a quick change of subject. Most, however, expressed keen interest and asked penetrating questions. Several launched into their own stories, as if having received permission to uncork the bottle.

What, after all, is more universal to human experience than suffering? And what is more important than the perspective we bring to it?

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