Spurgeon on Benefiting From Sorrow

1. Sorrow teaches us to resist trite views of what maturity in Jesus looks like.

2. Sorrow exposes and roots out our pride.

3. Sorrow pushes us to take an honest second look at ourselves and our situations.

4. Sorrow is a means of drawing us closer to Jesus in truer dependence.

5. Sorrow teaches us empathy for one another.

Read them in detail at the Resurgence

 

 

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