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Trials and tragedies are notorious for keeping sloppy appointment books. We never quite know when they will knock on the door of our lives. But knock they will. God does not shield His children from trials; in fact, some trials come our way simply because we are God’s children. A lot of it doesn’t make much sense. But that is precisely when God does His best work – ironically, in the darkness of our trials. James is a letter written precisely to encourage God’s children when the fog rolls in. Though James does not give us all the answers, it does offer some of the answers to why bad things happen to good people.

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Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 6 x 0.6 x 9 in
Available on

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Product Detail

  • Publisher : Grace Theology Press
  • Publication Year : 2013
  • ISBN-10 : 0988411237
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0988411234

About The Author


Dr. Anderson and his wife, Betty, have pastored in the Houston area for thirty years and have helped to plant eight churches. Dr. Anderson served as the Senior Pastor at Faith Bible Church in The Woodlands, Texas, for eighteen years. During that time he also served as an Adjunct Professor for Dallas Theological Seminary, teaching in three different departments (Greek New Testament, Bible Exposition, and Theology). He has been an Adjunct Professor for Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary and taught graduate courses in several other foreign countries. Dr. Anderson was the founder and president of the Greater Houston Bible Church Association, which is a cooperative effort of churches in the association to reach Greater Houston with the gospel. Dr. Anderson is also one of the founders of the Free Grace Alliance. He is also the founder and president of Grace School of Theology, a Houston-based seminary with teaching locations throughout the state of Texas and online. In addition to his presidential responsibilities, Dr. Anderson teaches at Grace in the areas of theology and Biblical languages. He is the author of Maximum Joy, an exposition of First John, and Free Grace Soteriology.