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The Mystery of Human Suffering

  • By Joseph Fitzpatrick Oyone Meye
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You know suffering when you see or feel it, but it's hard to define.Who isn't suffering nowadays? We're surrounded by tragedy, difficulty and challenges. And then we open up the television, the radio or the newspaper and we read about even more GOD is infinitely good and all his works are good. Yet no one can escape the experience of suffering or the evils in nature which seem to be linked to the limitations proper to creatures.We all know what it is to feel pain and loss. Whether from the loss of a loved one, a sickness, a disease, an infirmity in your body, or a natural disaster, everyone experiences suffering. Suffering isn't an elective course, it's not optional. Even if a person owns a private jet, an island, lives in a mansion and has a great job with loaded bank accounts, suffering touches everybody and affects everybody's faith.This book challenges the issues of human suffering; it clarifies and helps us better understand why suffering exists, where does evil come from? We must therefore approach the question of the origin of evil by fixing the eyes of our faith on Jesus Christ who alone is its conqueror. Joseph Fitzpatrick Oyone Meye, a servant of God Almighty, and a scribe of Jesus Christ according to St Matthew 23:34, and a steward of the mysteries of God. He was born a native of Gabon, in west central Africa, and was the former #1 tennis & Davis Cup player in the country for several years. He was summoned to leave his country to Europe to pursuit his tennis career and to pursuit his calling. He is married to Alice Fitzpatrick Oyone Meye and they live in Los Angeles California.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781631290299
    • Manufacturer: Xulon Pr
    • Author: Joseph Fitzpatrick Oyone Meye
    • ISBN 13: 9781631290299
    • Publication Date: 04/01/2020
    • Format: Paperback
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