Introduced by Kevin DeYoung. Why do good people suffer unjustly—and yet others get away with it? The Psalmist, Asaph, dealt with this very problem in Psalm 73—one that has often perplexed and discouraged God’s people. Asaph reveals his own ‘no-holds-barred’ feelings and leads us step by step from near-despair to final assurance. For this reason it has always appealed to preachers and counsellors. An excellent book for those struggling with, or wondering about, injustice in the world.
“The second thing that helps us to think spiritually is the Bible” (Page 57)
“When this man went into the sanctuary of God he was given understanding. He did not merely feel better; he was put right in his thinking. He did not merely forget his problem for the time being; he found a solution.” (Page 62)
“The first principle I would lay down for our special guidance is that our speech must always be essentially positive” (Page 39)
“The next principle is that we must never forget our relationship to one another” (Page 41)
“The last principle is the importance of remembering who and what you are” (Page 43)