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TILL ARMAGEDDON - BILLY GRAGAM. Trusting God in a suffering world.

"Who is in charge of a world that suffers? News headlines shout daily about war, sickness, divorce, death. Why is there so much pain? How can we cope with life's darker side?

We will never know the answer completely, writes BILLY GRAGAM, until we see our Lord face to face in Heaven. Nevertheless, the Bible gives us some answers....

Paperback, first printed 1983, condition reasonable - cover has a little bend in it and the paper of the pages have slight discolouration. 224 pages.

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  • Seller location: Wanganui, Wanganui, NZ

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