Joni's New Book About Healing–Available Now

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Sept. 21, 2010
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cover of the book A Place of HealingIn her new book, A Place of Healing, Joni takes a very personal look at suffering and God’s sovereignty. She invites you to travel with her on the path toward healing and hope.

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I just received my signed copy of your new book. Thank you - for sending it and for writing it. After 10+ years of chronic illness, my own level of pain and difficulty increased dramatically this year and it has been harder and harder to keep the smile on my face. I know I'm not the only person for whom this book will give great encouragement - just when needed. Thank you. You have seen me through some hard times, with your honesty and candor, your smile and encouraging words - but mostly, by keeping my focus on Jesus. Because when I keep looking His way in this, I'm better able to stand the pain and limitations and frustrations of chronic illness and isolation. I have long held onto the promise of Romans 8:28, knowing that even if I cannot understand just what God's purpose is in my suffering (and that of all others who suffer), I know that God is good. And just. And loving. And if He chooses not to heal me in this life, then I'm going to just keep on loving Him and trusting that He will, indeed, work this out for good - for His purpose. I've seen many small glimpses of that already, when I am able to encourage someone else who is going through a hard time in their life and wondering why God does not step in to change it. When I see what God has done through you in your wheelchair, I see Romans 8:28 - with wheels on! Oh, we serve a good God! I look forward, some day, to running that fifteen-hundred mile spiral staircase in heaven with you. I'll be the great looking gal with a strong body and a smile that never quits. Oh, yeah - I guess we're all going to look like that! Ah well, I'll recognize you. I'll even spring for breakfast after our run. Until then, may God hold you in the palm of His hand and give you the strength you need every day to face these new challenges. In love and gratitude, Janice Grissom
  • Oct. 3, 2010
  • 9:53 a.m.
  • Janice Grissom