Quotes on Pain from Where is God when it Hurts? by Philip Yancey

  • "I have come up with four 'frontiers' where every suffering person will do battle: the frontiers of fear, helplessness, meaning, and hope." (p. 174)
  • "One of the most important things we can do for a suffering person is to restore a sense of meaning or significance to the experience." (p. 203)
  • "All that the downtrodden can do is go on hoping. After every disappointment, they must find fresh reason for hope." – Alexander Solzhenitsyn (p. 214)

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