How Chronic Illness Makes Us Even More Useful to God

Chronic illness robs people of so much they enjoy doing, but it does it mean we have less value as servants of God? In this episode, David Heflin explores this question through Paul’s metaphor of “jars of clay” in 2 Cor. 4. A paradox of the gospel is that the weaker we are the more God’s glory/power are made known through

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