Hide and Watch by Jill Hicks Lawson

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"Have you noticed that it is easy to speak of God’s faithfulness in times of prosperity, but that in times of suffering, such praise becomes lost?
In Hide and Watch, a true tale of sorrow and distress, of hope and triumph, Jill Hicks Lawson shares how she was spiritually transformed by overcoming her doubt in God during times of struggle. From enduring her battle with weight, her mother’s kidney disease; to experiencing debilitating infertility and painful divorce; and eventually to becoming her mother’s only hope for life, Lawson’s personal accounts speak to the universal human experience of suffering, both physical and emotional, providing firsthand proof that, regardless of circumstance, God is in the business of giving hope. 
By recounting moments of pain and progress, Lawson demonstrates that anguish is the only pathway to experiencing the dramatic joy and peace that result from God’s intervention and healing, assuring those amid the battle that, in the end, what does not kill your faith makes it stronger.

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Published January 22, 2010 by CrossBooks. 79 pages
Genres: Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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