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( Download Ebook ) ⚡ Rose from Brier Ü Amy was inspired to write this book by reflecting that most books of comfort for sick people are written by the well and so they miss the mark Thus, from her own personal experiences she has gathered a priceless treasury of helpful thoughts for those who are ill Great for someone who is ill, and what s to know God can still use them. Amy Carmichael is one of my heroes She founded an orphanage in India, died in 1951, yet the orphanage thrives today I am paralyzed and confined to my bed, as Amy was for the twenty years of her life She wrote dozens of books during that time This particular book is compiled of letters she received from fellow suffers and the beautifully written encouraging words she penned to each person who worte to her It helped me put things into perspective and strengthened my faith in God I highly rec Amy Carmichael is one of my heroes She founded an orphanage in India, died in 1951, yet the orphanage thrives today I am paralyzed and confined to my bed, as Amy was for the twenty years of her life She wrote dozens of books during that time This particular book is compiled of letters she received from fellow suffers and the beautifully written encouraging words she penned to each person who worte to her It helped me put things into perspective and strengthened my faith in God I highly recommend this book to anyone who struggles This book was given to me by a friend who is chronically ill, so it meant a lot to me I read one chapter almost every morning and came away encouraged The author sometimes used language that was a little lofty, but the insights into inescapable pain were reassuring especially the thought that he who made the green vitality of spring can also turn our autumn decay into gold Similarly, can he who loved us to the point of death not be trusted with our pain in this life Admissions of weariness This book was given to me by a friend who is chronically ill, so it meant a lot to me I read one chapter almost every morning and came away encouraged The author sometimes used language that was a little lofty, but the insights into inescapable pain were reassuring especially the thought that he who made the green vitality of spring can also turn our autumn decay into gold Similarly, can he who loved us to the point of death not be trusted with our pain in this life Admissions of weariness and lack of answers made this a realistic daily devotion and one I may read again Something in a sufferer wants one who understands This little book is just that from a sufferer to a sufferer It s not mere commiseration If it were it would be worse than useless Every sufferer knows it s easy to go further down It s little comforts a quote from another author, a phrase from a Bible verse, poetry that joins so many thoughts from the author s life and experience each chapter is like a little letter or article saying the little things that mean so much to someone in Something in a sufferer wants one who understands This little book is just that from a sufferer to a sufferer It s not mere commiseration If it were it would be worse than useless Every sufferer knows it s easy to go further down It s little comforts a quote from another author, a phrase from a Bible verse, poetry that joins so many thoughts from the author s life and experience each chapter is like a little letter or article saying the little things that mean so much to someone in pain This book is just what I wanted several years ago when I went through major surgery and recovery When the tiredness is too great for large books and long chapters, but a hurting heart and body need encouragement, those are found within these pages One caveat Amy Carmichael criticizes the text of More Love to Thee If she had only followed the thought to its conclusion, she would have had no reason for criticism, and had she known the pain filled life of the author, I think she would never have done it She certainly would have been given no excuse