Mini-Review: Be Still My Soul

Be Still, My Soul (25 Classic and Contemporary Readings on the Problem of Pain): Embracing God’s Purpose and Provision in Suffering
David Martyn Lloyd-Jones (Contributor), D. A. Carson (Contributor), J. I. Packer (Contributor), Nancy Guthrie (Editor), Jerry Bridges (Contributor)

Many short chapters all written by different people from different times. Many are Reformed, some aren’t, like A.W. Tozer (I really don’t know what he was except a great Christan thinker), Philip Yancey, who wrote two books on suffering, and more. This may be the best book on suffering that I’ve read even though no single chapter goes into a lot of depth. It’s also good for finding other quality books on living the Christian life. I can’t imagine how Nancie Guthrie found all of these great nuggets, many of them well off the beaten path.

Also see: In Store Now – Be Still, My Soul at Baker Books Church Connection

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