paradoxical christian teaching comfort in affliction

Paradoxical Christian Teaching: Comfort in Affliction

The Bible teaches that there is peace for Christ’s followers amidst the storms of life. It is a paradoxical Christian teaching at the surface. The wisdom of this world suggests the idea of a predictable peace right after the tempest. Hence, the cliche: “peace after the storm” or “darkest hour before the dawn.” But what divine teaching is it that there is peace and comfort while one is in the limbo of trials and sufferings?

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