How do you find strength in God while going through pain? That’s part of the reason I wrote The Hem of His Garment: Reaching Out to God When Pain Overwhelms. Pain often threatens to steal our energy, our strength, and our resolve. But finding strength in God while going through pain can provide solace and hope, especially in the midst of life’s greatest challenges. Faith can guide us through the darkest times, providing comfort, resilience, and ultimately, healing.
In a success-driven world, many experience spiritual pain and a sense of disconnection. Loss, disappointment, or a period of searching for purpose and meaning has left our souls weary and wounded. But, renewed faith can mend our spirits. By reigniting our belief in something greater than ourselves and embracing spirituality, we can embark on a journey of healing, find solace, and rediscover our purpose in the face of adversity.
Secondary pain is the pain most of us have experienced without even realizing it. It comes from the words or actions of others, that makes us feel worse when we are already experiencing one of the other types of pain. It’s more common (and hurtful) than you think! Join me with my husband, Scott, for a discussion on what to do when someone hurts you emotionally.
Pain can be a doorway to discover God’s truth, character, and provision in a new light. It’s not easy but relating to God in pain offers a fresh perspective and a deeper spiritual connection. Discover how pain can open the door to a deeper spiritual connection and a fresh perspective on God’s truth and character.
In today’s fast-paced, highly interconnected world, it is not uncommon for individuals to experience moments of spiritual distress. These moments can be triggered by personal crises, existential questioning, loss of faith, or even a general feeling of disconnect from God. When faced with such distress, finding comfort can play a pivotal role in reestablishing balance, meaning, and purpose in life, as well as a deeper relationship with God. I’ll share more to help you understand the cause and impacts, how you can cope, and how you can find comfort in times of spiritual distress.