Where is God in my pain?

Major losses in life often blindside us. It can feel like we’re truly trapped in our pain, with no one to help or guide us out of it. We feel stuck and alone. We don’t know how to process what’s happened and feel ashamed, hurt, and shattered by our circumstances. It’s natural to wonder — if God is good, why is He letting me suffer?
Does He even see me? What have I done to deserve this?

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Seeing beyond the painful season you’re in is a tremendous undertaking. It’s our belief that no one should have to do it alone. When we express our experiences, we are able to see our lives more clearly in the context of God’s plan for our lives. Pain 2 Purpose is all about moving from a place of grief into recovery, building your spiritual strength, and rediscovering emotional wholeness.

From Pain 2 Purpose

The latest book from Duane and Cindy Mullet details their personal experiences navigating pain and loss. Together with Dr. David Ferguson, they detail a tried-and-true journey from grief to recovery. With interactive prompts and exercises to help process loss and forge ahead, From Pain 2 Purpose empowers readers to:
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  • find healing for broken hearts,
  • build your spiritual strength,
  • rediscover emotional wholeness, and
  • enjoy greater peace of mind.
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The Mullett Family serves across the country in sharing their ministry through seminars and songs. For over 30 years, Duane and Cindy have been involved in full-time church ministry and conduct seminars on grief recovery. Throughout their years of ministry, they have been faced with many painful struggles, including the loss of their son, Austin. They have authored several books, the newest of which is From Pain 2 Purpose.

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Welcome to the third song in our series, Inspiring Faith. If these songs are a blessing to you, drop us a comment below. We read the comments, and would love to hear from you.<br /><br />Follow the links below to connect with us and discover more of our music and resources!<br /><br />Website: https://www.fromp2p.com/<br />Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mullettfamily<br />Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themullettf...<br /><br /><br />Lyrics: <br />I come, God, I come<br />Return to the Lord<br />The one who's broken<br />The one who's torn me apart<br />You struck down to bind me up<br />You say You do it all in love<br />That I might know You in Your suffering<br /><br />Though You slay me<br />Yet I will praise You<br />Though You take from me<br />I will bless Your name<br />Though You ruin me<br />Still I will worship<br />Sing a song to the one who's all I need<br /><br />My heart and flesh may fail<br />The earth below give way<br />But with my eyes, with my eyes I'll see the Lord<br />Lifted high on that day<br />Behold, the Lamb that was slain<br />And I'll know every tear was worth it all<br /><br />Though You slay me<br />Yet I will praise You<br />Though You take from me<br />I will bless Your name<br />Though You ruin me<br />Still I will worship<br />Sing a song to the one who's all I need<br /><br />Though tonight I'm crying out<br />Let this cup pass from me now<br />You're still all that I need<br />You're enough for me<br />You're enough for me<br /><br />Monologue (written by Cindy Mullett)<br /><br />"Though the fig tree does not bud, and there are no grapes on the vine...though there are no sheep in the pen, or cattle in the stall, yet I will rejoice." Habakkuk 3:17-18a<br /><br />I've often wondered why a loving God would permit suffering. <br />Why is He silent in my pain? Why does He take so much from me?<br />I desired a greater purpose, but God allowed greater pain. <br />I ask for more comfort, but He gave me a cross. <br />But then I remember that Jesus' greatest brokenness offered the greatest healing to all of mankind. <br />God never intended for us to suffer, yet because of the evil in this world, each of us are touched by pain. <br />Only our redeeming Savior can take the greatest heap of ashes and use it to fertilize our souls. <br />And He whispers, "My child, you don't have to be good enough, strong enough, or healed enough. <br />Just praise Me, because I AM enough."<br /><br />Though You slay me<br />Yet I will praise You<br />Though You take from me<br />I will bless Your name<br />Though You ruin me<br />Still I will worship<br />Sing a song to the one who's all I need<br />Sing a song to the one who's all I need

Welcome to the third song in our series, Inspiring Faith. If these songs are a blessing to you, drop us a comment below. We read the comments, and would love to hear from you.

Follow the links below to connect with us and discover more of our music and resources!

Website: https://www.fromp2p.com/
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themullettf…


Lyrics:
I come, God, I come
Return to the Lord
The one who's broken
The one who's torn me apart
You struck down to bind me up
You say You do it all in love
That I might know You in Your suffering

Though You slay me
Yet I will praise You
Though You take from me
I will bless Your name
Though You ruin me
Still I will worship
Sing a song to the one who's all I need

My heart and flesh may fail
The earth below give way
But with my eyes, with my eyes I'll see the Lord
Lifted high on that day
Behold, the Lamb that was slain
And I'll know every tear was worth it all

Though You slay me
Yet I will praise You
Though You take from me
I will bless Your name
Though You ruin me
Still I will worship
Sing a song to the one who's all I need

Though tonight I'm crying out
Let this cup pass from me now
You're still all that I need
You're enough for me
You're enough for me

Monologue (written by Cindy Mullett)

"Though the fig tree does not bud, and there are no grapes on the vine…though there are no sheep in the pen, or cattle in the stall, yet I will rejoice." Habakkuk 3:17-18a

I've often wondered why a loving God would permit suffering.
Why is He silent in my pain? Why does He take so much from me?
I desired a greater purpose, but God allowed greater pain.
I ask for more comfort, but He gave me a cross.
But then I remember that Jesus' greatest brokenness offered the greatest healing to all of mankind.
God never intended for us to suffer, yet because of the evil in this world, each of us are touched by pain.
Only our redeeming Savior can take the greatest heap of ashes and use it to fertilize our souls.
And He whispers, "My child, you don't have to be good enough, strong enough, or healed enough.
Just praise Me, because I AM enough."

Though You slay me
Yet I will praise You
Though You take from me
I will bless Your name
Though You ruin me
Still I will worship
Sing a song to the one who's all I need
Sing a song to the one who's all I need

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