By Gracia Burnham
The realm discovered the horrendous information of Martin and Gracia Burnham's yearlong captivity in Gracia's best-selling, Gold Medallion Award-winning publication, within the Presence of My Enemies. during this follow-up, Gracia displays at the classes and non secular truths she discovered within the jungle and the way they practice to anyone's lifestyles. Twenty-one short, theme-based chapters squarely deal with the demanding situations every one people face as we go through tough instances to take to the skies back. This publication bargains no pat solutions or effortless strategies, simply the battle-tested knowledge of a lady who lived her maximum nightmare and got here via it extra confident of God's grace than ever earlier than.
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It was close to Christmas, and the guys were being rowdy. ” Ha ha ha. Again I murmured to Martin, “Well, God will make all of this right someday. ” “Yes, he will,” my husband replied thoughtfully. ” I turned away and bit my lip in contemplation. 42 Anger Doesn’t Help Anger in the face of trauma is understandable. But that doesn’t make it productive. I found that as long as I blamed the Abu Sayyaf for our situation, my heart remained in turmoil. I blamed the terrorists; I blamed the Philippine military for their ineptness; I blamed the American government for not waving some magic wand to free us; I even blamed God because .
We greeted each other and then soon found a place to sit near the front, on the right side. The forty or so singers filed onto the risers and began their concert. The quality was excellent. I was thoroughly enjoying it, and so were my kids. ” I noticed people’s shoulders bobbing along to the tune and rhythm—until all of a sudden, I zeroed in on the lyrics: “Didn’t my Lord deliver Daniel? ” I froze in my seat. Yeah—why not? I thought. God delivered Daniel from the lion’s den. Why didn’t he deliver Martin from the jungle terrorists?
Or on a mat on a floor . . or on a floor with no mat . . or on the plain dirt. Obviously, even fewer have a bedspread that matches the curtains, or a TV across the bedroom with a remote control to turn it on and off from where they recline. The belongings that matter to many of us are beyond comprehension to at least three billion other people on our planet. I remember the day a packet arrived in the jungle camp that included a few snapshots for Martin and me. One showed my niece Sarah Tunis with a group of her 33 TO FLY AGAIN college friends, who had gone on a retreat somewhere.
To Fly Again: Surviving the Tailspins of Life by Gracia Burnham