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Hendrickson Publishers Barbed Wire & Thorns: A Christian's Reflection on Suffering

Barbed Wire and Thorns provides consolation and answers the questions about suffering and the meaning of life as it explores Jesus' struggle to fulfill his calling, especially in his last days. Malmgren's meditations follow Jesus as he suffers and approaches the cross. Including suggested readings from the Gospels and poetic reflections on what it might have been like for Jesus, Barbed Wire and Thorns is ideal as a Lenten devotional and will help you to identify with the suffering of Jesus in the midst of your own trouble.
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Review 1 for Barbed Wire & Thorns: A Christian's Reflection on Suffering
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Date:March 12, 2012
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deralynwhite
Location:Dallas, TX
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Our seniors group from my church is doing this as a group Lenten Bible Study. As our church is going through a very hard struggle right now, this book has been just what we needed. Everyone is gaining spiritual strength from each section. It is wonderful!
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Date:August 4, 2009
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Janet Martin
I found this book so helpful for the difficult times we all face. Especially when the author addresses Fibromyalgia, of which I live with. She not only addressed suffering but compared the suffering to scripture.I gave my copy to a grieving friend and had to order another copy for myself, I didn't want to be without my book.
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