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Love Hurts: The Truth Behind Redemptive Suffering

Matthew Leonard

In this presentation, Matthew Leonard focuses on the new idea of love proclaimed by Christ and how it gives meaning to human suffering, penance, and ultimately death. Sounds a bit dark, doesn't it? But it's not! By looking at these issues we'll discover the secret to how we can "Rejoice in the Lord always" just like St. Paul, no matter what happens.

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Lent & Easter, Personal Growth, Suffering, Youth

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Finally! Someone has explained Redemptive Suffering in a way that is easily understandable. YES! Norm-Biloxi, MS
This talk explains the connection between suffering and love in a clear way, using both Scripture and personal stories. Julie-Mastic Beach, NY
Why does God allow suffering? This talk will bring meaning to that very difficult question. Julie- VA
This talk on both love and suffering was excellent. It provided spiritual food for thought and was very inspiring. Andrew-MO
This CD teaches this most difficult mystery with a perfect balance, and bold conviction. Dominic- Dearborn Heights, MI
Using humor and many biblical citations, Matthew Leonard brings new meaning to the passage: "The Lord disciplines those whom he loves." All Christians need to hear this talk! Donna-College Station, TX
I always wondered if God truly loved us why did he allow us to suffer so much. I understand this now. Are suffering is for our own good. I need to learn from my suffering and become a better person. Not only is this good for me because I learned something but I can also offer this suffering up to God. When I feel I am suffering unjustly I will now look to the cross and offer it up to God and remember this Cd and the lessons I have learned. Thank you I already know who I am sharing it with. Donnamarie - Rio Grande, NJ