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God's dawn always follows grief's darkness.

    Author: Woodrow Kroll

Trouble never troubles God.

    Author: Woodrow Kroll

The man who has an easy way through life, will be spiritually weak, flabby and impoverished. He won't be able to do all that God wants him to do. But the one who has gone through trials and testing successfully, will be strong and capable of doing all the will of God.

    Author: Zac Poonen

When we grow careless of keeping our souls, then God recovers our taste of good things again by sharp crosses.

    Author: Richard Sibbes

Often, we endure trials seeking God's deliverance from them. Suffering is painful for us to endure or to see those we love endure. While our instinct is to flee trials, remember that even in the midst of suffering, God's will is being done.

    Author: Paul Chappell

God desires to show His power through your storm, but is your lack of faith keeping Him from doing so? God brings storms into your life to show His strength and to gain glory from His providence.

    Author: Paul Chappell

I never had a trial I wanted to have, but I never had trial I wasn't glad I had.

    Author: Jack Hyles

Some people go back into the past and rake up all the troubles they ever had, and then they look into the future and anticipate that they will have still more trouble, and then they go reeling and staggering all through life.

    Author: D.L. Moody

Trials come to prove and improve us.

    Author: Augustine

Good people must never expect to escape troubles; if they do, they will be disappointed, for none of their predecessors have been without them.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: Morning and Evening, Morning: March 8.

Poor human nature cannot bear such strains as heavenly triumphs bring to it; there must come a reaction. Excess of joy or excitement must be paid for by subsequent depressions. While the trial lasts, the strength is equal to the emergency; but when it is over, natural weakness claims the right to show itself.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: The Minister's Fainting Fits, Lectures to My Students, Lecture XI, 1856.

So surely as the stars are fashioned by His hands, and their orbits fixed by Him, so surely are our trials allotted to us: He has ordained their season and their place, their intensity and the effect they shall have upon us.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: Morning and Evening, Morning: March 8.

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