God, Where Are You?
“The ink with which I wrote this book is my tears”
How do we live when God allows events to thwart our dreams? When we want to serve God, but things keep going wrong? Meet Benjamin Kisoni. He was a gifted student, confident that he would make his mark as a Christian leader in the Democratic Republic of Congo. But war robbed him and his wife and children of all they possessed. Living by Christian principles brought them abuse rather than praise. Fighting for justice made him a marked man. At each step in his long journey, he brought each situation to the Lord, sometimes in grief, sometimes in anger. Now he tells us what he learnt about God and himself.
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