Season: 4 Episode: 058
Shanda interviews Missy Linkletter on the podcast today where they answer the question “How do you suffere well?” Missy shares her own experience of suffering and how God sustains us through every trial.
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Hey guys! Welcome back to another episode of Her Faith Inspires podcast where we take culture issues and align them to biblical truth. I want to remind you all that the link for HTSTB like a scholar is now live so make sure you sign up for that class if you want to learn how to dive deeper into studying the word this year.
I am excited about today’s episode because I have Missy Linkletter, a very good friend of mine on the podcast today.
Missy has been married to her Tim for nearly 26 years. Together they have five children with a crazy age-spread. Missy is the Director of Women’s Ministry at Shiloh Community Church. She is a writer and speaker. Her passion is to help other women know the true, Living Water that forever satisfies the longing soul. Her prayer is for every woman to treasure God and His Word, above all else.
Tell us something about yourself we wouldn’t know from your bio.
We’re talking about suffering today and you are experienced in this topic because you’ve walked a road many of us fear. Can you take us through that?
What have you experienced with your walk with God through this that you didn’t experience before Justin’ death?
No one wants to suffer like Job. After he suffered he said, “I have heard about you with the hearing of the ear, but now I see you.” What does suffering do to enhance our relationship with God that nothing else in life can?
What advice would you give to those of us who are afraid to suffer, go through trials, or even persecution and tribulation for the Lord? What hope do we have in that if we are to experience that kind of pain?
It’s human nature to avoid suffering. I don’t like to be too hot, or too uncomfortable. I don’t even wait until I experience hunger pains before I eat. Like most Americans, I try and avoid suffering at all costs. How do you look at suffering differently since Justin’s death?
We may not all experience the death of a child, but we all suffer.