Pain and suffering can help us to learn vital life lessons.

The valley of suffering can shape our character  

and prevent us from becoming dangerously proud.

Pain and suffering can lead to

repentance and salvation

and help us to put our trust in God.

When we bear the pain and go through

 the valley of suffering...

we can be an inspiration to others.

In life, pain and storms are inevitable. 

Whether emotional or physical pain... 

we will all experience 

the valleys of suffering and pain...

at some point in life.

God is totally aware and committed 

to accomplish the purposes for the hurt

 He has allowed.

No one comes out of 

the valley of pain and suffering...


As painful as it is,

 pain and suffering has a way of stripping away 

those things that will not bring out the best in us.

Pain can often help us find a new sense of purpose, 

acceptance of what is happening, 

and the realization of inner peace.

Those valleys of suffering will not go away

 until the reason for their arrival has been accomplished.

God is masterful enough to divinely orchestrate 

all of our trials and tribulations

 in such a way 

that they ultimately draw us towards being 

the people God desires for us to be.

Let us keep in mind...

whatever brings us 

closer to God is a blessing.

God uses the most painful 

suffering for good.

Those painful periods can

serve as powerful and

 purposeful lessons.

May our response to pain and suffering 

lead us to 

look beyond the pain and suffering

 in the attempt to 

see God’s higher purposes

 and what God wants to teach us.

Let us always remember

 and never forget:

God does not leave us hopeless or in 

despair as we navigate

through these valleys of suffering.

Time and time again….

God promises and provides... 

His amazing grace.

Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound,

that saved a wretch like me.

I once was lost, but now am found,

was blind, but now, I see.

T'was Grace that taught my heart to fear...

and Grace, my fears relieved.

How precious did that Grace appear...

the hour I first believed


Through many dangers, toils and snares...

we have already come.

T'was Grace that brought us safe thus far...

and Grace will lead us home.

As God ordains suffering in our lives, 

may we embrace it,

knowing it will be for our good, 

both now and forever.

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