21 Days to Finding Purpose in Pain

I’ve shared Stacy William’s blog with you before — Finding Purpose in the Pain (where I’m a regular contributer) — and now I’m thrilled to share her brand new devotional book with you! 

21 Days to Finding Purpose in Pain is a devotional for those facing prolonged anguish from physical or emotional turmoil.

It draws from Stacy’s own personal battle with chronic pain. She doesn’t gloss over the hurt, or offer a quick fix, but instead meets us right where we are — on our knees, raw and hurting. Each day’s entry contains gems from God’s Word, relevant examples from Stacy’s own journey with chronic pain, and a prayer to focus the reader’s thoughts on biblical truth.

This book doesn’t just focus on the pain, but challenges you to see God in the midst of the hurt.

It includes comforting topics related to worry, fear, discouragement, and hopelessness. And it packs biblical truth into its pages with reminders to comfort others even as you yourself are hurting, be still in the midst of pain, and embrace change even when it’s difficult. My personal favorite was Day 12, taking the first step of courage (get the ebook to read more!).

This book is going on my list of favorites.

I love Stacy’s heart for offering hope in the midst of hurt, both through this book, as well as through her blog. Her joy and enthusiasm is so real. She loves Jesus whole-heartedly, and loves encouraging people to more abundant living, no matter what challenges they may be facing. You can sense those loves throughout this devotional.

Here’s a few words from Stacy about 21 Days to Finding Purpose in Pain:

“My hope is to be a cheerleader coming alongside you, encouraging you to seek God in the midst of your pain, and watching as He does what only He can do – make beauty rise from the ashes of your life . . .

Maybe your pain isn’t physical like mine, but chances are at least once in your life you’ve walked through a painful or difficult season, perhaps you’re in the midst of one now. No matter where you’re at there is much that can be gleaned from searching out God’s Word and preparing yourself for when those painful times in life occur… So if you’re ready for a little refining and you want to let God show you purpose in your pain then I’d be grateful to have you on this 21 day journey with me.”

I highly recommend this devotional to anyone facing continued emotional or physical pain. It has real substance — life changing truth from God’s Word that will offer hope and courage to any Christian.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this in exchange for a review — all opinions expressed herein are completely my own. This post contains my affiliate links.

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7 thoughts on “21 Days to Finding Purpose in Pain

  1. The verse that gives me a lot of hope and comfort is Jeramiah 29:11-13
    For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. 12 Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. 13 You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart!!

    I would love to win this book, I follow Stacy’s blog and she is such an encouragment to me!

    1. I love that you included verse 13 in there – the most crucial part of it all! Thanks, Kim!

  2. My mom was diagnosed with ALS two days ago. We are both going to need support the get through this. Seek ye first the kingdom of God.

    1. Shelley, My mom had ALS. Your family will be in my prayers.
      Just take each day as it comes. God will give you strength!

      North Carolina

    2. Shelly, so sorry to hear about your Mom’s diagnosis! Just prayed for peace, courage, strength, and wisdom!

  3. I love Psalm 33:20-22
    “We wait in hope for the Lord; he is our help and our shield.
    In him our hearts rejoice, for we trust in his holy name.
    May your unfailing love be with us, Lord, even as we put our hope in you.”

    Love you, friend!

    1. A beautiful reminder! Love you too!

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