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​Affliction teaches us many things we never could have known, if we had not been called to endure it. 

It opens windows through which we see, as we never saw before – the beautiful things of God’s love.

Many enter trials – cold and unspiritual – and emerges from the experience a little later, softened, mellowed, and spiritually enriched.

Sorrow has a tenderizing influence.



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​It makes us gentle and kindly toward each other. 

In no other school do our hearts learn the lessons of patience, tolerance, and forbearance so quickly – as in the school of suffering.

“It was good for me that I have been afflicted; that I may learn Thy statutes” 

(Psalm 119:71).

J.R. Miller (1840-1912)

THE SCHOOL OF SUFFERING