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Why is this happening to me?
You feel overlooked, deprived, even resentful--these are the side effects of chronic illness your doctor failed to mention. Although you try to see the bright side, your outlook is often overcast by the chronic nature of your condition. While others appear to enjoy good health, you struggle for sensible answers. Like any loss, the loss of health--must be grieved. Pulling from her experience as a caregiver and counselor, June Hunt compassionately takes you through the grieving process, showing you where to find comfort and answers in the Word of God
. Enjoy getting biblical insight and practical advice from someone who "gets it."Have you asked...
- Why is this happening to me?
- Is God punishing me? Has my sin brought on this condition?
- If I have enough faith, will God heal me?
- How can my life have purpose now?
Covering everything from anger and fear to loneliness and hopelessness, June Hunt begins the book with a "definition and characteristic" section which addresses the common feelings felt by those with a chronic illness or impairment.Whether you are personally facing a chronic illness or you know someone who is, enjoy getting biblical encouragement.Common Questions Asked by Those with a Chronic Illness and Chronic Pain
You have questions--and no one seems to have the answers. Some accuse you of having some secret "un-confessed sin;" while others say you just need more faith. Enjoy getting easy-to-understand answers that are rooted in the Word of God and practical in their application. Using a question and answer format, June Hunt answers:
- Why did this happen to me? Why would a loving God want me to suffer?
- Is it okay to pray for miraculous healing?
- What's the difference between progressive healing and miraculous healing?
- Could an illness be caused by spiritual warfare? Could it be a result of sin? (And more )
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