Author: Jim Andrews
Length: 296 Pages
Polishing God's Monuments is the true story of a young woman and her devoted husband who face it all (and then some) as a baffling, mind-boggling illness hijacks their youth and shatters their dreams. It blends straightforward theology with the account of this young couple's afflictions. A sober reality in the life of faith is that "through many tribulations we must enter the kingdom of God."
God's people are buffeted in two ways: sometimes we suffer for the faith and at other times we suffer with faith. Either way, our faith remains a work in progress. In the midst of troubles, our emotions can vacillate between hope and despair, submission and rebellion. Our understanding can alternate between moments of comprehension and times of total confusion. This book confronts these issues head-on and offers believers biblical perspective, practical direction, and sustaining hope.