The God of All Comfort

Hannah Whitall Smith (1832 - 1911)

This book is written to Christians who profess to believe the Bible as God's revelation, but whose "lives are filled with discomfort and unrest." Smith aims to show that the Bible's claim that God is the "the God of all comfort" is not an over-advertisement or misunderstanding, but that it is possible to avail ourselves of the doubts and heavy anxieties that plague so many Christians.

By explaining God's part and man's part, Smith aims to show her readers that it is possible to overcome feelings of defeat and despair and find rest and peace in Christ. Abundant life and genuine enduring joy are available to all believers - even you. Deep and lasting peace, beyond all Earthly circumstances, is possible. (Introduction by Rachel Craig)

Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Self-Help, Christianity - Other

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 01 - Why this book has been written Karen Fifer
00:19:15
Play 02 02 - What is his name? Edith van der Have-Raats
00:28:39
Play 03 03 - The God of all comfort alwpoe
00:32:37
Play 04 04 - The Lord our Shepherd Beverly Scott
00:46:46
Play 05 05 - He spake to them of the father Amallen
00:28:34
Play 06 06 - Jehovah Edith van der Have-Raats
00:31:02
Play 07 07 - 'The Lord is good' Slawek
00:27:38
Play 08 08 - The Lord our dwelling place Stephanie Schneider
00:26:37
Play 09 09 - Much more versus much less Michael Feldbush
00:30:38
Play 10 10 - Self-examination debolee
00:27:06
Play 11 11 - Things that cannot be shaken RaiƱa
00:24:49
Play 12 12 - A word to the wavering ones Carol Box
00:24:58
Play 13 13 - Discouragement Heather Hamtil
00:26:24
Play 14 14 - The shout of faith Carol Kutcher
00:24:36
Play 15 15 - Thanksgiving versus complaining debolee
00:30:22
Play 16 16 - Conformed to the image of Christ Daisy
00:29:08
Play 17 17 - God is enough Carol Box
00:25:31