Chaos, tragedies, broken relationships, wars, disasters, plagues–in this world there is no end to bad news. Hard questions haunt us: If God really is who He says He is, how can He allow these things? If He’s God, why doesn’t He intervene? If we can’t find hope and help in the midst of these tough times, those questions can crush our spirit and deaden our faith.
But now, beloved Bible teacher and author Kay Arthur guides readers to discover the answers revealed in the Old Testament book of Habakkuk, so that they can know God, understand Him, and love Him more fully, no matter what happens.
In When Bad Things Happen, Kay Arthur shares bold answers to those questions and helps readers solve the dilemma. But more than that, they'll encounter God and come to understand, love, and appreciate Him more deeply. They'll discover that God is big enough to handle their questions, and strong enough to deliver them from pain and doubt. And as a result, they'll be equipped with strength and courage so they can minister to others who wrestle with the same questions.
About Kay Arthur
KAY ARTHUR founded Precept Ministries International with her husband, Jack, in 1970. What started as a fledgling ministry to teens is now a worldwide outreach with Inductive Bible Studies in nearly 150 countries and 70 languages. Arthur has written 100-plus books and Bible studies, including the Gold Medallion-winner Lord, I Need Grace to Make It Today. Arthur reaches over 90 million viewers and listeners through her half-hour television program Precepts for Life and the one-minute radio feature Precepts from God's Word, aired on nearly 1,000 radio and television stations worldwide and available online at www.preceptsforlife.com.
Kay received the National Religious Broadcasters "Best Television Teaching Program" award in 2004 and in 2009 for Precepts For Life, Precept Ministries' half-hour television program. She holds an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Tennessee Temple University. For more information about Kay Arthur and Precept Ministries International, visit www.precept.org.