New Book, “Why Christians Need to Suffer” Calls on Christian's to Embrace Troubled Times

Joseph Bonacci explains that Christian's need to have their faith tested.

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Struggle matures the Christian mind and removes aspects of life that separate us from God.

Old Bridge, N.J. (PRWEB) April 23, 2014

Everyone endures hardships, disappointment or despair at certain moments of their lives. Cancer survivor and devout Christian, Joseph Bonacci argues that suffering is a positive experience that everyone, especially Christians, should be thankful for.

“Our society needs to embrace tough times and use these negative experiences to change not only their lives, but the lives of others as well,” Bonacci said.

His new book, “Why Christians Need to Suffer” calls on Christians to refine suffering by accepting that tough times permit us to grow in faith. He stresses that by experiencing hardships, we are better prepared to be a source of support for others and abide by the word of God.

“Struggle matures the Christian mind and removes aspects of life that separate us from God,” Bonacci said. “The fact of the matter is that the Bible tells us we will indeed suffer. It also promises that great blessings will come as a result.”

For more information please visit Joseph’s faith oriented blog site
http://www.identityfulfilled.com/author/joebonacci/

“Why Christians Need to Suffer”
By Joseph Bonacci
Price: $9.95
ISBN: 978-1-4908-2241-9
Available at: Amazon, WestBow and Barnes and Noble online bookstores

About the Author

Bonacci is a writer, blogger and an adult education and Bible study teacher. Outside of church, Bonacci is a successful financial and investment executive. In May of 2012 he was diagnosed with cancer and went through a very difficult ten-month treatment and recovery process. Bonacci feels compelled to tell how Christian suffering should be different from that of the rest of the world.


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