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What Good Is God?

posted Feb 13, 2011, 5:37 PM by Jonathan Dow   [ updated Feb 14, 2011, 8:48 PM ]
Traveling the globe, Philip has a unique opportunity to bring hope to those who hurt. He is asked to speak at many events, and in this book, he has recorded ten of them.

He first describes the setting and the people to whom he is speaking, and then he prints his speech. The point of this book was to find out what good believing in God does. Faith is measured out by God, but it is hard for us to see. Unfortunately, it takes a great trial to reveal our true faith, and Philip is looking to these people all over the world who are going through such trials. Is believing in God really good enough? Can one still trust in His goodness after they have a horrible experience?

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