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The Hardest Text to Believe: Romans 8:28

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Overview

In this brief text, pastor F.B. Thorn shares his reflections on Romans 8:28. Writing in a warm and personal style, he unpacks the difficulty of fully believing that “God works for the good of those who love him.” He highlights and analyzes false assumptions we often hold such as “God is at the mercy of men” or “only the things that eliminate hardship and difficulty are working for our good.”

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About F.B. Thorn

F.B. Thorn was pastor of the First Baptist Church in Wichita, Kansas. He spoke at the annual Paisano Baptist Encampment meetings for many years.