Is God asking too much when he calls us to be thankful even in the midst of our trials?
Susan Lutz helps us see that being thankful does not mean ignoring painful realities. It means bringing our trials to a God who loves us and sent his Son to be our Savior.
What results from a thankful heart?
- A stronger relationship with God
- Protection from life’s spiritual hazards
- Intimate connection and communication with the Heavenly Father
Lutz explains how believers in Christ have a reason to be thankful that they never had before: Jesus removes the barrier of sin and brings them into a relationship with God.
About the Author
Susan Lutz is a counselor, editor, pastor’s wife, conference speaker, mother of three, and grandmother of five. After graduating from Penn State, Sue studied biblical counseling at the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF), where she counseled for fifteen years and helped to develop a line of gospel-centered biblical counseling minibooks. She now counsels privately and at her home church, New Life Presbyterian Church of Dresher, Pennsylvania
Publisher: P&R Publishing
Publication Year: 2002