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The Gift of Pain

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Marks puts pain in its place. Few readers will come away from this series of meditations without feeling lighter and more optimistic in the face of life's challenges.
Paperback, 94 pages
Published 2012 by Emmaus Road Publishing
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Jeremy
Oct 22, 2012 Jeremy rated it it was ok
I have to agree, the same old thing, I did get through it but I don't think I will try for another book like this, won this from goodreads, I thought I did a review on this book long ago, now I discover I didn't do it on 4 books. Anyway I finally am reviewing now. I really didn't care for this particular book, sorry. I don't remember when I finished so I'll have to get as close as I can on when I finished.
Lora Goulet
Dec 11, 2012 Lora Goulet rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this uplifting book of meditations. The true life biographical examples were inspiring. I highly recommend this for all who grapple with the value and meaning of enduring pain.
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Frederick W. Marks III (born 1940) is an American historian and Catholic apologist. As a scholar, he has written and taught extensively on American diplomatic history. As a proponent of Roman Catholicism, he has written dozens of articles and tracts and spoken extensively in public.
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