Heidi Parker
Joseph was sold into slavery by his own brothers, falsely accused, forgotten, and left in a miserable prison, but God used his trials to save the lives of many.

What satan meant for evil, God used for good.

Job lost everything he had in one afternoon. From his possessions to his children, he suffered the extreme agony of pain and loss. Through it all, God used these trials to draw Job close to Himself and to bring glory to His name.

What satan meant for evil, God used for good.

Jesus was betrayed, falsley accused, placed on a mock trial, beaten, and then suffered the intense agony of crucifixion on a cruel cross. He went willingly, enduring the pain, so that He could pay the price for sin and redeem mankind.

What satan meant for evil, God used for good.

Suffering, although never pleasant, has the unique opportunity to place us in the perfect place in the valley to do mighty things for God that may not be possible on the mountain top.

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