Autobiography: Though You Slay Me Yet Will I Trust In You

In just a split-second a young Andrew Masters' life would be transformed from a healthy and active 17 y/o to one encumbered by a devastating painful & crippling injury.

Over the years, the effects of his injury would clash harshly with his deep faith & love for the Lord, & his desire to receive the covenant healing promises of God.

His unfolding life would also call for the overcoming of huge setbacks & disappointments', crushing judgment from others, plus traumatic accidents and illness' to loved ones.

A truly remarkable & uplifting story emerges of one persons' fight to discover God & His purposes for his life, along with deep, dramatic, and eye-opening spiritual experiences.

While Andrew's story is heartbreaking in its intensity, it is also inspiring in his willingness to obey God's Word even when there didn't seem any benefit in doing so. It also deals honestly & unflinchingly with the question of why some Christians encounter sickness', suffering, or other 'Trials of many Kinds' in their life - & why some have not received a healing or other divine provision yet. Few could read this book with dry eyes.

Target group age:
Early Childhood
Late adolescence / Post-school
Aged Care

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