The Gift of Pain: Why We Hurt and What We Can Do About It Paperback

Why We Hurt and What We Can Do About It

by Paul Brand; Philip Yancey;


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The Gift of Pain: Why We Hurt and What We Can Do About It

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A WORLD WITHOUT PAIN?;Can such a place exist? It not only can--it does. But it's no utopia. It's a colony for leprosy patients: a world where people literally feel no pain, and reap horrifying consequences.;His work with leprosy patients in India and the United States convinced Dr. Paul Brand that pain truly is one of God's great gifts to us. In this inspiring story of his fifty-year career as a healer, Dr. Brand probes the mystery of pain and reveals its importance. As an indicator that lets us know something is wrong, pain has a value that becomes clearest in its absence.;The Gift of Pain looks at what pain is and why we need it. Together, the renowned surgeon and award-winning writer Philip Yancey shed fresh light on a gift that none of us want and none of us can do without.

The Gift of Pain: Why We Hurt and What We Can Do About It by Paul Brand;Philip Yancey was published by Zondervan in September 1997 and is our 18844th best seller. The ISBN for The Gift of Pain: Why We Hurt and What We Can Do About It is 9780310221449.

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Page last updated 22nd August 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherZondervan (September 1997)
Weight263g
Number of Pages352
Thickness20 mm
Height203 mm
Width134 mm
ISBN9780310221449
ISBN-100310221447
Product Code26028
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