Where are you when I need you?: befriending God when life hurts

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HarperSanFrancisco, Mar 7, 1996 - Religion - 103 pages
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How can we know that God exists? If God is so great, why do bad things happen? Is God listening to our prayers? How can God allow so much suffering in the world? Many of us have asked these and other difficult questions about God as we search for meaning and purpose in the world, especially during painful moments and critical events in our lives. With warmth and insight, Rabbi Robert Levine shows how each of us can find an eternal friend in God - even in the face of our gravest doubts. Likening the pull of God in our lives to the "tug" of a kite hidden by clouds, Levine offers timeless and unforgettable stories, anecdotes, and parables from the Bible that will help readers of all ages and faiths strengthen and renew their relationship with God.

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Contents

Introduction
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If I Cant See God How Do I Know God Exists?
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Gods Big Bang
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Copyright

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