Remembrance: The Key to Hope in the Midst of Suffering

From Facing Suffering

Dr. Tremper Longman III, professor of Biblical Studies at Westmont College, continues with session #4 of the Torrey Conference 2009 with his message "Remembrance: The Key to Hope in the Midst of Suffering". Dr. Longman states that the book of Psalms is a resource that God has given to believers as they struggle with suffering and teaches them how to pray in the midst of the pain. He reads from Psalm 77 and explains that just as the psalmist was struggling in the night, it is often in the middle of the night when Christians are troubled by their suffering. He explains that Psalm 77 gives insight into this transition that occurs from a place of complaint to one of joy, and how anguish must eventually reach praise.

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