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Many times you will not truly know and see just how good God is until you suffer.

There is no amount of suffering that can exhaust God’s grace, mercy, and glory.

We are promised the storm.

Sometimes following Christ will bring suffering – not merely inconvenience, but true suffering. (John 15:18-20; 1 Peter 4:12-14)

Suffering can make you bitter or it can make you better.

Suffering strips us of our self-sufficiency and reminds us we are dependent on God. If we never had problems, we’d never know God could solve them.

Suffering can bring other people to your attention when you realize you are not the only one going through a specific pain. You might never have noticed the ministry you could have and you wouldn’t be able to relate as closely to these people if God hadn’t sent some suffering your way.

When you go to God for help and comfort, your suffering will never be wasted.

And for a little extra, read 1 Corinthians 1:3-5.

Skipping Suffering
Discomfort and Suffering from God
Not Exempt
Why Me?
Comfort in the Storm
Suffering Like a Potato
Suffering for Jesus
A Bit on Suffering