0

Lamentations: God’s Mercy in Our Suffering (Commentary for Exposition and Counseling)

No matter what kind of suffering you face, there is life-giving hope that springs forth from our merciful God.

In his loyal love and faithfulness God comes alongside us in our suffering in order to strengthen our faith, purify our lives, and heal our hearts by centering us on Christ and the good news of the gospel.

In God’s Mercy in Our Suffering, two pastors and counselors sit down beside you and warmly take you into the book of Lamentations where you will be encouraged to hope in God. Learn how to fasten the rope of your faith to the anchor of God’s unfailing love.

I heartily recommend this book for those who are in times of deep distress and for the body of Christ that needs to be prepared for every possible form of suffering that may come our way, or that may come in the lives of those we need to reach out to for the glory of God.
Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., President Emeritus, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

This book is a tremendous accomplishment! It is at once a verse-by-verse commentary, rich devotional treasure, and capable guide for biblical counselors.
—Lance Quinn, Pastor, Bethany Church on the Hill, Thousand Oaks, CA

In God’s Mercy in Our Suffering, the small book of Lamentations is brought to life for us. The authors pull it out of the shadows of neglect and draw us irresistibly to its
timeless truths.
—Irv Busenitz, VP of Administration and Professor of Bible Exposition and Old Testament, The Master’s Seminary

Tags: , ,

200.00

Availability:

In stock

Description

Eric Kress is a Bible teacher, writer, and Christian publisher who served as a pastor for 13 years.

Paul Tautges, DMin is a pastor and biblical counselor. He is a member of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC), a council board member of the Biblical Counseling Coalition
(BCC), and has written or edited over 40 books.

Additional information

Weight 275 g

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Lamentations: God’s Mercy in Our Suffering (Commentary for Exposition and Counseling)”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *