When It Hurts
—Grace & Truth Linkup

Everybody knows pain. We’ve all experienced suffering. And probably of every type: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual.

In the midst of our pain, we likely want to pray it all away and be done with it.

God doesn’t always whisk away our pain though. And even though he does stay in it with us, it still hurts. What then?

It helps if we’re able to find purpose in our pain.

In this week’s featured post, Donna shares 3 ways that pain has a purpose at her blog, Serenity In Suffering. I encourage you to read what she shares, then link up your own post below.

3 WAYS PAIN HAS A PURPOSE

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3 thoughts on “When It Hurts
—Grace & Truth Linkup

  1. Linda Stoll

    mmm … Pain is such a harsh taskmaster. I admit that it’s hard to find God in the midst of it as my body screams out for relief from fear and anxiety.

    Yet He’s there. He speaks quietly, faithfully, and with compassion. I cling to Him and He holds me close.

  2. Trudy

    Yes, it still hurts even when we know God is with us in the pain, Lisa. Thank you for understanding. And thank you, Donna, for your encouraging insight, too. Love and blessings to you both!

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