• Gratitude by

    Acceptance and gratitude should be distinguishing characteristics of every Christian. In this lesson, Elisabeth Elliot offers encouragement in being unafraid and steadfast in the midst of personal suffering while illustrating how gratitude and thanksgiving honors God as we receive whatever …

  • The Terrible Truth by

    Knowing that a sovereign and loving God intimately knows our suffering and pain is comforting and reassuring for Christians. In this lesson, Elisabeth Elliot reflects upon the terrible truth about suffering as a tremendous mystery for the Christian who knows …

  • Transfiguration by

    Transfiguration is about the idea of exchange, which is the central principle of the Christian faith, embodied in the cross. In this lesson, Elisabeth Elliot describes how the cross does not exempt us from suffering but paradoxically transforms dying ashes …

  • Acceptance by

    Suffering is a mystery that is not easily explained but rather something to be affirmed and accepted. In this lesson, Elisabeth Elliot unpacks the idea of accepting suffering while relying upon God’s promises because a peace that surpasses all …

  • Offering by

    God provides gifts to His people that are not solely for their own good but are to be offered back to Him for the benefit of the world. In this lesson, Elisabeth Elliot explains that everything we have and experience …

  • The Message by

    As one of the oldest books in the Bible, Job deals most specifically and directly with the subject of suffering. In this lesson, Elisabeth Elliot looks at suffering as one of God’s ways of getting our attention as we trust …

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  • Chapter 32, Sec. 1-Chapter 33, Sec. 3 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner studies the teaching of the Westminster Confession on life after death and the Resurrection. He …

  • Providence and Suffering by

    The Psalmist asked, “Why do the wicked prosper, while the righteous suffer?” The prophet Habakkuk asked virtually the same question in his day as he witnessed his homeland overrun with the invading armies of the Chaldeans. Initially, from Habakkuk’s …