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When God's Ways Make No Sense

Narrated by: Tom Hatting
Length: 6 hrs and 39 mins
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It doesn't take too much living before we realize that life never goes quite the way we want it to. But when things get hard and we don't understand what God is doing, what is our first impulse? Is it to resist him and run away like Jonah? Or is it to trust him even while trembling in fear of suffering like Habbakuk?     

In this powerful exploration of God's often mysterious and counterintuitive ways, Dr. Larry Crabb challenges listeners to seize the opportunities for growth and maturity that come our way when we experience troubles and failures. Rather than pushing back against adversity, he invites us to look closer at what God is doing in our lives when it feels like he is far from us. Unpacking the stories of two very different prophets, Crabb lights the way to a life of resting in the goodness of a God who is always working out his plan for our lives.

©2018 Dr. Larry Crabb (P)2018 Oasis Audio

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Great book! It explains the real Gospel!

It gives you a clear view of what God's desire is. To conform us to the image of his Son and not to make life go the way we think it should.

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  • R. Hodge
  • PEWEE VALLEY, KY, United States
  • 02-07-19

Reader very hard to listen to

The book is incredible, but the reader very difficult to listen to and focus on the words.

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  • duopastorale
  • 05-02-19

Great book but distracting narration.

This book is great and worthy of further reading and discussion. I have it on Kindle and wanted to finish it on Audible. However, the reader is very hard to listen to, taking great concentration.