Greater Love Through Suffering and Sacrifice
About the Book
It is not often that we think of the greater love that can be achieved from suffering and pain during our lives on earth. Rather, we are inclined to pray to our Lord to relieve the suffering and pain of those who are experiencing it and that is an appropriate way to express our love of our fellow human beings and indicate our desire that their pain be diminished. But suffering, pain and sacrifice can also be endured as a means to demonstrate a greater love of our Lord and of one another. We have no greater demonstration of that than the passion of our Lord who through his suffering and pain demonstrated the greatest love of us that could possibly be demonstrated by God himself. Jesus did not need to suffer death for us. He suffered his passion and death to show us that no greater love can take place than to lay down one's life for another. His whole life was a demonstration of his great love and mercy for every individual on earth.
About the Author
George E Pfautsch spent most of his working life as a financial executive for a major forest products and paper company. His final years at Potlatch Corporation were spent as the Senior Vice-President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer. Following his retirement, be began writing and speaking about the national morality he believes was intended for this nation by the founding fathers of the country. He is the author of seven previous books on the subjects of morality, justice and faith. He is the co-author of a book written by Melitta Strandberg, which is the story of her family's quest for freedom, before, during and after World War II. He is also the co-author of a book written by Leroy New, the "Guitar Wizard" of Branson, Missouri. He is married to Dodi, his wife of 51 years. He has two children and four grandchildren.