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Hope For a Suffering World: A Fresh Tough Look at a Tough Subject

Contact: Adam Cothes, Publicist, WinePress Publishing Group, 360-802-9758, adam@winepressgroup.com

 

LAUREL, Md., Aug. 4 /Christian Newswire/ -- Cancer, AIDS, diabetes, obesity and countless other infirmities, earthquakes, tsunamis, droughts, auto accidents, plane crashes, domestic violence, tornados, floods, monster forest fires and stock market crashes have no national boundaries, and have been devastating the high and the low, rich and poor alike all over the world for ages. They strike great fear into the hearts of men. "Fear not, for there is a way out," says author Caj Didigu.

Caj Didigu, author of "The Mystery of Suffering", acknowledges the ubiquitous reality of suffering in the world as well as the need to overcome it. "Adam and Eve's fall in the Garden of Eden and the resulting consequences continue to assail our lives. But God's message is one of Good News--by understanding suffering from a biblical perspective, then applying and following scriptural truths, we overcome the power of suffering."

 

Caj Didigu, a first generation member of his family to have formal education, is from Aku in Enugu State of Nigeria and comes from a typically large African family. His parents never received any formal education, but his mother, a Christian, laid the foundation for his Christian upbringing and education.

 

In his new book, Caj addresses the needs of a hurting world and offers hope from a loving God. He tackles subjects such as:
 

  • The relationship between sin and suffering
  • How Christ suffered on behalf of all mankind
  • Man's view of suffering
  • What it means to suffer for righteousness
  • The keys to overcoming suffering in your life

 
Caj works for the State of Maryland. He and his wife of thirty-four years have five children and currently reside in the United States.

 

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