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Fyodor Dostoevsky
What is hell? I maintain that it is the suffering of being unable to love.
topics: hell , love , suffering  
Billy Graham
Suffering can give us opportunities to witness. The world is a gigantic hospital; nowhere is there a greater chance to see the peace and joy of the Lord than when the journey through the valley is the darkest.
Billy Graham
In my years of global travels, I have seen a world in pain . . . Without God’s guidance, our response to suffering is a futile attempt to find solutions to conditions that cannot be solved.
G.K. Chesterton
Suffering has been stronger than all other teaching, and has taught me to understand what your heart used to be. I have been bent and broken, but - I hope - into a better shape.
topics: growth , heart , life , suffering  
Billy Graham
The most remarkable thing about suffering is that God can use it for our good.
Billy Graham
Ours may be the heritage of the withheld promises. We have been blessed through the endurance and faithfulness of those who have suffered in the past; the people around us, or those who will succeed us, may be blessed through our trials and suffering and how we react to them.
Billy Graham
In His thirty-three years on earth, Jesus suffered with man; on the cross He suffered for man.
Billy Graham
To suffer for the faith is not a penalty; it is a privilege.
Billy Graham
True faith and suffering frequently go hand-in-hand . . .Living for Christ, walking in His way, will not be an easy path.
Billy Graham
We enjoy the sense of God’s presence in the midst of suffering here and now. I have talked to people who are experiencing deep pain or severe difficulties, and they have said, “I feel God is so close to me.
Billy Graham
God is not blind. He knows about you and your problems. He knows of those who are suffering . . . and His love for His children will never leave in times of trouble.
Billy Graham
The beginning of all pain and suffering in the world started with one act of disobedience. Christian and non-Christian alike have inherited the consequences from our common ancestors, Adam and Eve—our polluted environment and flawed human nature.
Billy Graham
The book of Job does not set out to answer the problem of suffering, but to proclaim a God so great that no answer is needed.
Billy Graham
Jesus suffered more than any other person in human history.
Billy Graham
No one is exempt from the touch of tragedy: neither the Christian nor the non-Christian; neither the rich nor the poor; neither the leader or the commoner. Crossing all racial, social, political, and economic barriers, suffering reaches out to unite mankind.
Billy Graham
We can react with bitterness and hate God, as some do, or we can accept suffering as a natural part of life and a condition that comes with living in this world. We cannot avoid suffering, but we can determine our response to it.
Billy Graham
Evil and suffering are real . . . They aren’t an illusion, nor are they simply an absence of good. We are fallen creatures living in a fallen world that has been twisted and corrupted by sin, and we all share in its brokenness. Most of all, we share in its tragic legacy of disease and death.
Billy Graham
When suffering comes, learn to trust each day into God’s hands . . . let your lips be filled with prayer and praise.
Billy Graham
Can the sin of one or a few cause suffering for many? The answer, of course, is yes, for no sin is isolated in the life of the sinner. It spreads like poison gas into every available crevice.
Billy Graham
Our sufferings may be hard to bear, but they teach us lessons which, in turn, equip and enable us to help others.

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