“Standing Beside Us In Our Suffering”

A note from Tony:

I could sit in front of this keyboard for a long, long time and not find words that fit better in this ‘series’ than the ones that follow.

Who is standing beside us? Read on:

“Nothing Is Wasted”


Nothing is ever wasted.


No pain is ever for nothing.

If you’re going through something — a hard time, a trial, a struggle, a loss — it’s never in vain.

What you’re going through matters.

Maybe you’re fighting through your recovery and every day is harder than the one before. Maybe you’re on the verge of relapsing. Maybe you’re going through a divorce, or are the child of parents who are in the process of separating. Maybe you’ve lost a loved one, or your best friend betrayed you. Maybe you’ve been battling depression, or alcoholism, or substance abuse, or another type of addiction. Maybe you’re being bullied at school. Maybe you’re just worn down to the soul, exhausted from trying to keep a certain “image” up in the air.

Whatever it is, your pain is real. And it is not in vain.

There is something that you…

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About Tony Casson

" For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope." (Jeremiah 29:11 NLT)
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2 Responses to “Standing Beside Us In Our Suffering”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this, Tony. I am so grateful for YOU! You’ve been a constant source of encouragement and support and for that I am very thankful. God is so good, and He definitely is doing big things with you, my friend. God bless


  2. Diane W says:

    What a great reminder 🙂


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