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From best-selling author Elizabeth George (nearly 4 million books sold) comes a work born of her desire to help others through difficult times. Finding God's Path Through Your Trials acknowledges the hard times we all face and reveals how people can "count it all joy."
©2007 Elizabeth George (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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great read for anyone facing trials.

I really enjoyed this book. I personally am going through from negative breast cancer stage 4 terminal.
I know my God is much bigger than my cancer and I put it all in His hands I will accept the outcome either way although I really hope His will is to heal me.
the book is a great reminder to keep trusting Him and lean not on my own understanding.

My only disappointment in this book is that she says God won't give you more than you can handle. I don't believe that is true for what that verse means. I believe God often gives us more than we can handle on our own but never more than He can handle for you! That's what I think that the second part of the verse means where it says that He will always provide a way out and I believe that way out is through Him!!!

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