Guided Analysis Suffering Worksheet.docx - Guided Analysis Suffering Worksheet Address the following questions responding to each one directly below the

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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. One of the most significant periods of suffering for me was when I did not have a stable home to live. For over seven years, I was homeless, sleeping on couches of friends, sleeping behind buildings, motel rooms, wherever I could find a place to lay my head. For years, I found no comfort, and I just had to take it all in stride. I was angry at my mother for not letting me stay with her. I was angry in general, which caused my homelessness. Then one night, I found my comfort. I was sleeping in the back of my friend’s Bronco in Oklahoma. That night, there was so much wind and rain, and the Bronco was shaking violently. I cried out to God to protect me from the weather, to save me from what I thought would lead to my death. The second I cried out for him, the Bronco stopped shaking. I felt peace. God had heard my cry and sheltered me from the storm, and within that shelter, I finally found my comfort in my suffering. 2. Briefly summarize the problem of evil and suffering. Cite and reference the topic overview and/or Chapter 9 in the textbook.
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