Pain is inevitable. But did you know there is a divine purpose for suffering? The Furnace of Affliction will help those who are struggling with the “why” of pain find hope. This book will encourage readers to look to God, who is greater and higher than any affliction. Horace Williams, Jr., a stroke survivor, well-acquainted with pain, The Furnace of Affliction, blends real stories, practical advice, and biblical truth. Together these elements create a salve that intends to change how you view pain and re-evaluate your response to it.
Christian who loves Jesus Christ. Award-winning Author, Stroke Survivor,.Blogger at pleasingtothepotter.com. Sharing my faith to help,encourage,and inspire others to serve Him Giving God all the glory!
Have you ever had that sick feeling in your gut that you were all alone?
Have you ever felt like things are hopeless and wonder what is going on in your life?
Do you sometimes wonder where God is in the midst of your storms?
Friend. I have been there myself. I've felt like I'm all alone at times.
Painful health scares resulting in permanent damage. Unexpected job uncertainty. Broken heart on multiple occasions. Losing loved ones. Loneliness. I could go on, but I want to encourage your heart and inspire you to think.
GOD LOVES HIS CHILDREN. He never promised us that our lives would be easy. Instead, He forewarned us of trials, tests, and tribulations. (John 16:33)
The GOOD NEWS is that despite everything, we can still live with joy even in the midst of our challenging, painful, and trying times.
In my latest book, The Furnace of Affliction: How God Uses Our Pain and Suffering for His Purpose, I will share with you several things that God wants to do in your life to fulfill His unique purpose for you.
From personal stories, input from Biblical leaders, and truths from God's Word, I hope that things will begin to make a little more sense in times of trial and testing. Read it today!
The Furnace of Affliction
As a young adult, I remember the agony of being in love and losing that love—I was curled up in a fetal position, crying like a newborn baby because the person I was engaged to be married to had walked away.