The God of All Comfort

By Hannah Whitall Smith
Read by Susan O’Malley

7.90 Hours 01/01/2000 unabridged
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You are on the threshold of a shining new understanding... Sometimes uncertainty clouds our relationship to what we know to be the truth. In our hearts, we fully recognize the power of God’s love for us, but daily life and strife often make us wonder how such love can exist in such a difficult world. In this age of doubt and fear, Hannah Whitall Smith beckons us to become closer to God. Believe what He has promised, and your troubled heart will be filled with joy, for He will supply all your needs. Sharing her own wisdom and understanding, she reminds us that everything Christ promised is available today to all believers, putting within reach of every Christian that deep and lasting peace and comfort of soul that nothing earthly can disturb. 

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You are on the threshold of a shining new understanding...

Sometimes uncertainty clouds our relationship to what we know to be the truth. In our hearts, we fully recognize the power of God’s love for us, but daily life and strife often make us wonder how such love can exist in such a difficult world.

In this age of doubt and fear, Hannah Whitall Smith beckons us to become closer to God. Believe what He has promised, and your troubled heart will be filled with joy, for He will supply all your needs. Sharing her own wisdom and understanding, she reminds us that everything Christ promised is available today to all believers, putting within reach of every Christian that deep and lasting peace and comfort of soul that nothing earthly can disturb. 

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Author Bio: Hannah Whitall Smith

Hannah Whitall Smith was the spiritual mentor of many, including Catherine Marshall. Born into a Quaker family in Philadelphia in 1832, she grew up tirelessly investigating the religious life. She and her husband, Robert Pearsall Smith, emigrated to England where they became one of America’s most famous expatriate families. Their lay ministry was known as the Higher Life Movement.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental
Category: Nonfiction/Religion
Runtime: 7.90
Audience: Adult
Language: English