Cooked to Perfection: How to Respond When Life Turns Up the Heat

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Zondervan Publishing House, 1997 - Religion - 127 pages
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They say, "If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen". But sometimes suffering turns the heat on high and there's nowhere else we can go. "Cooked to Perfection" offers a fresh and humorous look at the ways God uses life's cooking pot (suffering) to bring us to perfection.

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Contents

Suffering Hurts So What Good hit?
7
The Time I Turned Orange and Other Tales of Grace
15
Why We Tell Childbirth Stories
25
Living Beyond Our Limits
35
Cried Till I Laughed
45
You Hear the One About the Leaky Roof?
55
Walking by Faith Toward What?
65
Surprise God Showed Up
77
Have Mercy
89
Angels and Kids and Mismatched Chairs
99
GkfM7e
109
Gk+fM Sieves
121
Copyright

About the author (1997)

Elizabeth Cody Newenhuyse, former senior editor with Marriage partnership, is a freelance writer and speaker.

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