Jim Daly, president and CEO of Focus on the Family, doesn't claim to know the "whys," and he doesn't ever promise that you will either. But he's had his own share of harrowing experiences, and through the pain, he's accepted a transformational truth: God uses struggles to strengthen your faith. With warmth and candor, Daly shares anecdotes from his childhood, adult life, and international travels for Focus on the Family. He tells engaging, real-life stories that, although seemingly tragic, demonstrate the constancy of God's grace in the midst of disillusionment. Without describing a step-by-step program, he imparts practical biblical principles that demonstrate how to draw on the only source of enduring, powerful strength. Stronger shows us that we can find strength in our weakness and that we can always continue to grow in character and maturity. Through Christ, our brokenness is redeemed. Through Christ, we become stronger.
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by Jim Daly
by Jim Daly, Paul Batura
by Alexandra Ivy
by Lori Foster
by Ray Bradbury
by Christine Feehan
by William Lashner
by J.R. Ward
by Spencer Quinn
"The coauthors offer an encouraging message of hope on developing the capacity for resilience. Jim Daly, CEO of Focus on the Family, and James Lund combine personal examples with other real-life stories that listeners will quickly identify with. They explore common themes of persecution and pain, which Daly delivers with adept pacing and sensitivity. Their discussion takes a global turn as they point out that some members of the international community pray that the U.S. will suffer persecution. Matching voice to mood, Daly explains how weakness becomes strength in the fires of persecution. The three-part book offers comfort and hope while it teaches how to "let go and let God." Part 1 focuses on weakness, trouble, and choices, and Part 2 is about surrender. The final section provides encouragement for those who believe that God works all things for His good purpose. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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