Why Does God Permit Problems in Our Lives?

Hoey, Doug
July 2005
American Jails;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p95
Examines why God permit problems in people's lives. Provision of direction in the way God wants the people to go in life; Use of problems to inspect what is inside the heart of men; Lessons through pain and failure.


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