Guided Analysis: Suffering Worksheet Address the following questions, responding to each one directly below the question. Your total word count (including all questions and answers combined) should be between 900-1150 words. Include a reference page. 1. Describe a time when you experienced a significant period of suffering. How did you deal with that experience? How did you find comfort in the midst of suffering? A time I experienced suffering is when I was 11 years old I started being molested by my mother’s friend husband. A few months later by my mother’s then boyfriend. Because of this, 15 years later I am still seeing a psychiatrist and still suffering. I still suffer from this because not only have I not completely healed from this, but because I have a 7-year-old daughter and my greatest fear is this will happen to her. So, when I found a man who I could trust completely with her I stayed because he loved her like she was his own. Even when he was knocking me across the room I stayed because of he loved and wouldn’t harm her. When I was 13 years old I found comfort in marijuana. It was an everyday thing. I never took therapy seriously. It was a waste of time if I could get high then I that was all I needed. Then when I realized I was only masking my problems I stopped smoking and begin to seek God in that area of my life that needed healing and deliverance. Now that I am taking therapy seriously by taking my meds and seeking after a relationship with God I can deal with my past. So now I find comfort in knowing that God is healing and delivering me. God knows what you need when you need it. He keeps you covered by grace. God sent the help I needed not only when I was least expected it, but when I did not
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- Fall '10
- Theology, Interpersonal relationship, Suffering, Problem of evil