❂ A Place of Healing Author Joni Eareckson Tada – Loanexpress.us

A Place of Healing In This Eloquent Account Of Her Current Struggle With Physical Pain, Joni Eareckson Tada Offers Her Perspective On Divine Healing, God S Purposes, And What It Means To Live With Joy Over Four Decades Ago, A Diving Accident Left Joni A Quadriplegic Today, She Faces A New Battle Unrelenting Pain The Ongoing Urgency Of This Season In Her Life Has Caused Joni To Return To Foundational Questions About Suffering And God S Will A Place Of Healing Is Not An Ivory Tower Treatise On Suffering It S An Intimate Look Into The Life Of A Mature Woman Of God Whether Readers Are Enduring Physical Pain, Financial Loss, Or Relational Grief, Joni Invites Them To Process Their Suffering With Her Together, They Will Navigate The Distance Between God S Magnificent Yes And Heartbreaking No And Find New Hope For Thriving In Between.

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  1. says:

    Listened to this on the way to work but took this few notes.Joni used an awesome story of Perlman performing a concert during which a string broke He continued the symphony, re fingering the whole thing When he finished and the crowd exploded with applause he stated that a true artist takes what is left and makes a unique, beautiful sound story that couldn t be made if something hadn t been broken...


  2. says:

    I bought this book for my Kindle while in bed struggling with an illness I live with chronic pain as well It was really helpful to me There was so much that Joni said that I liked, I started out trying to underline it all on my Kindle Between my Kindle freezing which they do when you underline a lot and finding so many good points to underline, I finally gave up I would have underlined half the book This book was a good reminder to me of God s love and care, even when it seems He isn t a I bought this book for my Kindle while in bed struggling with an illness I live with chronic pain as well It was really helpful to me There was so much that Joni said that I liked, I started out trying to underline it all on my Kindle Between my Kindle freezing which they do when you underline a lot and finding so many goo...


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    Pain is a strange, dark companion, but a companion if only because it has passed through God s inspecting hand It s an unwelcome guest, but still a guest I know that it drives me to a nearer,intimate place of fellowship with Jesus, and so I take pain as though I were taking the left hand of God Joni Tada, chapter one in A Place of Healing In this book, written in 2010, Joni Tada shares how her life and mini...


  4. says:

    As my illness progresses and death draws nearer, this book a type I always avoid , was just what I needed Hope, spirit, resilience and examples are just what I needed to get through my next stage in treatment. I listened to it on audible whi...


  5. says:

    One of the most beautifully encouraging books about pain and suffering I ve read.


  6. says:

    I read about half of this book and stopped reading for several months I am so glad I finally finished because the stories about her wheelchair donation crusade are worth the whole book and they are in the last quarter of the book Good read if you or someone you love needs healing or has...


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    MY REVIEW This is the raw, honest, and vulnerable sharing from Joni s heart and from the Word of God about suffering It s a powerful look at how God is a loving God and has plans for us to bring glory to Him and grow in our relationship with Him.I enjoyed Joni s amazing perspective, steady faithfulness, and open honesty She addresses the issue of Healing Services in a kind, yet biblically sound way After reading this book you will have a better appreciation for your life as it is and for all MY REVIEW This is the raw, honest, and vulnerable sharing from Joni s heart and from the Word of God about suffering It s a powerful look at how God is a loving God and has plans for us to bring glory to Him and grow in our relationship with Him.I enjoyed Joni s amazing perspective, steady faithfulness, and open honesty She addresses the issue of Healing Services in a kind, yet biblically sound way After reading this book you will have a better appreciation for your life as it is and for all that God is doing in your life.This audio book is read by Joni and hearing her voice...


  8. says:

    Wrestling with the Mysteries of Suffering, Pain, and God s Sovereignty is an apt subtitle for this book, for just like Jacob wrestled with God many centuries ago, Joni has been wrestling with God for decades, ever since she took that dive into a too shallow lake as a teenager and became a quadriplegic Joni doesn t speak on suffering healing as a lofty theologian, or as some shallow social commentator, but as a real woman who has walked through real suffering and pain for all her adult l Wrestling with the Mysteries of Suffering, Pain, and God s Sovereignty is an apt subtitle for this book, for just like Jacob wrestled with God many centuries ago, Joni has been wrestling with God for decades, ever since she took that dive into a too shallow lake as a teenager and became a quadriplegic Joni doesn t speak on suffering healing as a lofty theologian, or as some shallow social commentator, but as a real woman who has walked through real suffering and pain for all her adult life Unlike many sufferers, however, she has developed a rock solid conviction of both God s love for her and God s sovereignty over her quadriplegia T...


  9. says:

    Wow, Joni is an amazing woman, and this book is fantastic for anyone struggling with health challenges She has the ability to look at situations God has placed her in and praise him for his work through it This book was super encouraging to me, and make me praise God for the capacities I have and for the challenges he has given me, that he may use me through them I listened to it as an audiobook, but would consider re reading it as a book too, because I m sure I missed pieces of it by just li Wow, Joni is an amazing woman, and this book is...


  10. says:

    This is the very first book I have ever listened to and it was ok For a new Christian not sure if I can call myself that I did find it a bit heavy going at times but nonetheless inspirational.

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