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How many times in the last year have you said, "My life is perfect?" If you're like most people, you've probably never said it at all! No matter how good our lives are, difficulties, obstacles, trials and sufferings often interrupt them. And many times, the more we try to avoid suffering, the worse things get. How many lives have become even more difficult and problematic because of the "quick fixes" of abortion, divorce or drug and alcohol abuse?
The all-new SJC Audiobook Amazing Grace for Those Who Suffer is a compelling collection of stories of Catholics who have endured suffering or adversity in their lives and who have discovered hope and healing through God's amazing grace. The ten stories you'll hear will make you laugh, make you cry, and will inspire you to a deeper faith in Christ and the amazing grace he offers each of us everyday.
Among the stories you'll hear is that of a dedicated Catholic deacon and renowned New Orleans lawyer, Carl Cleveland. He had everything in life - a loving, close-knit family, six beautiful daughters, friends, partners and prestige. Then, out of the blue, he faced obscure legal charges. An innocent man sentenced to years in prison, Cleveland's riveting tale reveals how he was sustained by constant prayer, and how victory followed!
Debbie and her husband have suffered eight miscarriages. With the last one, they lost twins. Debbie has severe endometriosis, among other serious ailments. Sometimes, she's in such pain she cannot even sit up. Yet Debbie lives in grace-filled union with God, joyfully offering her suffering for the salvation of souls. How does she do it? You'll discover her seven grace-filled secrets for dealing with suffering.
Although he was a prominent evangelical Protestant theologian, teacher and author, Thomas Howard endured years of suffering from debilitating migraine headaches. Yet, Tom kept trusting the Lord. And once he'd become a Catholic, he discovered the priceless, redemptive value of suffering. In this moving account, Thomas Howard explores the problem of pain and discovers a transcendent answer: union with Jesus Crucified.
Janet Moylan will always remember August 1, 1996 - the day her beloved husband and precious 10-year-old daughter died in a freak drowning accident. Since then, Janet has kept constantly busy raising her four other children. But the memories won't go away. And neither will the searing heartache. Yet amid her pain, Janet has discovered the consolations of Christ. Through faith and family, she has seen God bring boundless good out of tragedy.
Key to Spiritual Treasures
In these and the six other grace-filled stories in this stirring presentation, you'll discover that when our lives are joined with Christ, every aspect of our life is changed, even our suffering. When our suffering becomes redemptive, we actually participate with Christ in redeeming the world. Discovering the meaning in our suffering, we gain a key to spiritual treasures both in this life and the life to come!
Edited by Jeff Cavins and Matthew Pinto, and read for you by Chris Knuffke, Amazing Grace for Those Who Suffer is the perfect gift for friends or family members who are going through difficult challenges or who have suffered a great loss.
In This Series Youll Encounter:
Carl Cleaveland, Catholic deacon and successful attorney falsely accused and sentenced to ten years in prison
Janet Moylan, who looked on helplessly while her husband and daughter were swept out to sea
Debbie Harding, former pro cheerleader whose fairytale life turned into a battle against breast cancer and her husband's substance abuse
The Clarey Family, whose eleven-year-old daughter was brutally murdered on her paper route
Joan Ulicny, who survived a head-on collision with an eighteen-wheeler
Dr. Kim Hardey, who came face-to-face with his own sin following the tragic death of his son
Thomas Howard, the r
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