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In this eloquent account of her current struggle with physical pain, Joni Eareckson Tada offers her perspective on divine healing, God’s purposes, and what it means to live with joy. Over four decades ago, a diving accident left Joni a quadriplegic. Today, she faces a new battle: unrelenting pain. The ongoing urgency of this season in her life has caused Joni to return to f In this eloquent account of her current struggle with physical pain, Joni Eareckson Tada offers her perspective on divine healing, God’s purposes, and what it means to live with joy. Over four decades ago, a diving accident left Joni a quadriplegic. Today, she faces a new battle: unrelenting pain. The ongoing urgency of this season in her life has caused Joni to return to foundational questions about suffering and God’s will. A Place of Healing is not an ivory-tower treatise on suffering. It’s an intimate look into the life of a mature woman of God. Whether readers are enduring physical pain, financial loss, or relational grief, Joni invites them to process their suffering with her. Together, they will navigate the distance between God’s magnificent yes and heartbreaking no's and find new hope for thriving in-between.


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In this eloquent account of her current struggle with physical pain, Joni Eareckson Tada offers her perspective on divine healing, God’s purposes, and what it means to live with joy. Over four decades ago, a diving accident left Joni a quadriplegic. Today, she faces a new battle: unrelenting pain. The ongoing urgency of this season in her life has caused Joni to return to f In this eloquent account of her current struggle with physical pain, Joni Eareckson Tada offers her perspective on divine healing, God’s purposes, and what it means to live with joy. Over four decades ago, a diving accident left Joni a quadriplegic. Today, she faces a new battle: unrelenting pain. The ongoing urgency of this season in her life has caused Joni to return to foundational questions about suffering and God’s will. A Place of Healing is not an ivory-tower treatise on suffering. It’s an intimate look into the life of a mature woman of God. Whether readers are enduring physical pain, financial loss, or relational grief, Joni invites them to process their suffering with her. Together, they will navigate the distance between God’s magnificent yes and heartbreaking no's and find new hope for thriving in-between.

30 review for A Place of Healing: Wrestling with the Mysteries of Suffering, Pain, and God's Sovereignty

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kara Larson

    Listened to this on the way to work but took this few notes. Joni used an awesome story of Perlman performing a concert during which a string broke. He continued the symphony, re-fingering the whole thing. When he finished and the crowd exploded with applause he stated that a true artist takes what is left and makes a unique, beautiful sound/story that couldn't be made if something hadn't been broken/taken away. God doesn't say "be thankful." He says "give thanks." Don't ask God to change your situ Listened to this on the way to work but took this few notes. Joni used an awesome story of Perlman performing a concert during which a string broke. He continued the symphony, re-fingering the whole thing. When he finished and the crowd exploded with applause he stated that a true artist takes what is left and makes a unique, beautiful sound/story that couldn't be made if something hadn't been broken/taken away. God doesn't say "be thankful." He says "give thanks." Don't ask God to change your situation, ask Him to change your perspective. Carbon turns to diamonds only under pressure and with time. All I need is what I already have. God doesn't waste pain. (In the Epilogue, Joni rejoices that God has relieved her chronic pain only to replace it with breast cancer. She then joyfully resolves that she won't "waste cancer.")

  2. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I bought this book for my Kindle while in bed struggling with an illness. I live with chronic pain as well. It was really helpful to me. There was so much that Joni said that I liked, I started out trying to underline it all on my Kindle. Between my Kindle freezing (which they do when you underline a lot) and finding so many good points to underline, I finally gave up! I would have underlined half the book! This book was a good reminder to me of God's love and care, even when it seems He isn't a I bought this book for my Kindle while in bed struggling with an illness. I live with chronic pain as well. It was really helpful to me. There was so much that Joni said that I liked, I started out trying to underline it all on my Kindle. Between my Kindle freezing (which they do when you underline a lot) and finding so many good points to underline, I finally gave up! I would have underlined half the book! This book was a good reminder to me of God's love and care, even when it seems He isn't answering. As I say, it helped me when I needed it most. Thanks Joni!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    As my illness progresses and death draws nearer, this book (a type I always avoid), was just what I needed. Hope, spirit, resilience and examples are just what I needed to get through my next stage in treatment.. I listened to it on audible while my body recuperated and found that my body's recuperation was accompanied by the spiritual strength this book provided. As my illness progresses and death draws nearer, this book (a type I always avoid), was just what I needed. Hope, spirit, resilience and examples are just what I needed to get through my next stage in treatment.. I listened to it on audible while my body recuperated and found that my body's recuperation was accompanied by the spiritual strength this book provided.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mandy J. Hoffman

    MY REVIEW: This is the raw, honest, and vulnerable sharing from Joni's heart and from the Word of God about suffering. It's a powerful look at how God is a loving God and has plans for us to bring glory to Him and grow in our relationship with Him. I enjoyed Joni's amazing perspective, steady faithfulness, and open honesty. She addresses the issue of Healing Services in a kind, yet biblically sound way. After reading this book you will have a better appreciation for your life as it is and for all MY REVIEW: This is the raw, honest, and vulnerable sharing from Joni's heart and from the Word of God about suffering. It's a powerful look at how God is a loving God and has plans for us to bring glory to Him and grow in our relationship with Him. I enjoyed Joni's amazing perspective, steady faithfulness, and open honesty. She addresses the issue of Healing Services in a kind, yet biblically sound way. After reading this book you will have a better appreciation for your life as it is and for all that God is doing in your life. This audio book is read by Joni and hearing her voice just brings this book to life - planting it's truth deep inside your heart. If you are going through a hard time this book will encourage you. Or if you are facing an easy time right now, this book will help you prepare for when life isn't always the way you want it. BOOK OVERVIEW: In this eloquent account of her current struggle with physical pain, Joni Eareckson Tada offers her perspective on divine healing, God’s purposes, and what it means to live with joy. Over four decades ago, a diving accident left Joni a quadriplegic. Today, she faces a new battle: unrelenting pain. The ongoing urgency of this season in her life has caused Joni to return to foundational questions about suffering and God’s will. A Place of Healing is not an ivory tower treatise on suffering. Its an intimate look into the life of a mature woman of God. Whether readers are enduring physical pain, financial loss, or relational grief, Joni invites them to process their suffering with her. Together, they will navigate the distance between God’s magnificent yes and heartbreaking no and find new hope for thriving in between. * * * * * This book was provided for review courtesy of christianaudio.com and the opinions expressed are strictly that of my own.

  5. 5 out of 5

    John

    "Wrestling with the Mysteries of Suffering, Pain, and God's Sovereignty" is an apt subtitle for this book, for just like Jacob wrestled with God many centuries ago, Joni has been wrestling with God for decades, ever since she took that dive into a too shallow lake as a teenager and became a quadriplegic. Joni doesn't speak on suffering & healing as a lofty theologian, or as some shallow social commentator, but as a real woman who has walked through real suffering and pain for all her adult life. "Wrestling with the Mysteries of Suffering, Pain, and God's Sovereignty" is an apt subtitle for this book, for just like Jacob wrestled with God many centuries ago, Joni has been wrestling with God for decades, ever since she took that dive into a too shallow lake as a teenager and became a quadriplegic. Joni doesn't speak on suffering & healing as a lofty theologian, or as some shallow social commentator, but as a real woman who has walked through real suffering and pain for all her adult life. Unlike many sufferers, however, she has developed a rock-solid conviction of both God's love for her and God's sovereignty over her quadriplegia. This fusion of personal experience with Biblical truth is what makes this book so powerful. She starts the book with a quote by John Stott: "The fact of suffering undoubtedly constitutes the single greatest challenge to the Christian faith." She then launches headlong into a discussion of the question of healing and God, both personally and theologically. Further chapters discuss the benefits of suffering, how the sufferer can bring God glory, regaining perspective, and the impact of suffering on the Kingdom of God. The title of her final chapter is a phrase she has earnestly repeated over the years: "Thank you, God, for this wheelchair." In it she opens her heart to say that she really is content, for contentment is "realizing that God has already given (me) everything that (I) need for my present happiness... If there were anything more that I needed, God would have given it to me." A Place of Healing is a rich treasure of wisdom & comfort to share with anyone who is struggling with any kind of suffering. Highly recommended.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Wow, Joni is an amazing woman, and this book is fantastic for anyone struggling with health challenges. She has the ability to look at situations God has placed her in and praise him for his work through it. This book was super encouraging to me, and make me praise God for the capacities I have and for the challenges he has given me, that he may use me through them. I listened to it as an audiobook, but would consider re-reading it as a book too, because I'm sure I missed pieces of it by just li Wow, Joni is an amazing woman, and this book is fantastic for anyone struggling with health challenges. She has the ability to look at situations God has placed her in and praise him for his work through it. This book was super encouraging to me, and make me praise God for the capacities I have and for the challenges he has given me, that he may use me through them. I listened to it as an audiobook, but would consider re-reading it as a book too, because I'm sure I missed pieces of it by just listening to it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Stefani S.

    This book has been a continual inspiration to me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Trisha

    One of the most beautifully encouraging books about pain and suffering I've read. One of the most beautifully encouraging books about pain and suffering I've read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ramsey Hootman

    I got this book during a free download promotion and just opened it out of curiosity, knowing I liked Joni but not really having a specific interest in this book. However, I soon found that it was exactly the book I didn't know I was looking for. A couple of years ago my daughter was stillborn, and since then I've often struggled with all of the various dark and bitter thoughts that attend the loss of a child. A Place of Healing is not just about physical pain or disability. It's about how we, a I got this book during a free download promotion and just opened it out of curiosity, knowing I liked Joni but not really having a specific interest in this book. However, I soon found that it was exactly the book I didn't know I was looking for. A couple of years ago my daughter was stillborn, and since then I've often struggled with all of the various dark and bitter thoughts that attend the loss of a child. A Place of Healing is not just about physical pain or disability. It's about how we, as Christians, can face a world filled with pain and suffering and still see a God who is good. Not just that, but to take joy in his purposes, even if it means enduring pain. I have to say that it was refreshing to hear from someone who accepts, in both an emotional and theological sense, that God MEANT for these things to happen. I had several people tell me that God didn't WANT my daughter to die. Frankly, from what I see in the Bible and in the world, that just doesn't make sense. If He didn't want it to happen, then he ought to have stopped it. But if He DID intentionally allow it, that means there is a purpose to my pain. I may not know what it is, but it is there, and I can rejoice in knowing that one day I will understand. Thank you, Joni, for refocusing my perspective and reminding me what truly matters.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    What a wonderful, encouraging, and convicting book! I loved it from start to finish.

  11. 5 out of 5

    David

    A friend gave this to me at the beginning of the year and said it helped him while he was in the hospital. Honestly, I didn't know anything about the author and the beginning chapter felt like this was one of those syrupy, sappy, cheesy Christian books, which isn't necessarily a bad thing but I've had my fill of them and don't find them palatable or filling anymore. I set it in my backpack and thus forgot about it. Ten months later I pull it out late at my mom's house and decide to at least fini A friend gave this to me at the beginning of the year and said it helped him while he was in the hospital. Honestly, I didn't know anything about the author and the beginning chapter felt like this was one of those syrupy, sappy, cheesy Christian books, which isn't necessarily a bad thing but I've had my fill of them and don't find them palatable or filling anymore. I set it in my backpack and thus forgot about it. Ten months later I pull it out late at my mom's house and decide to at least finish it. I'm glad I did. Joni Eareckson Tada is a quadriplegic and talks in depth on her struggle and achievement in the realm of suffering, pain, healing, and how God plays in the mix of it all. The book is steeped with personal story and scripture throughout so if you're looking for a book with more story or less scripture forget-about-it. With this one, you've got to take both and you'll be glad you did. There are a few sappy moments, but don't let it deter you from revealing one woman's encounter with the grace of God. Go Joni!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    The fact that Joni wrote this from the midst of her pain made this so real, so relate-able, so powerful. She wasn't through it. She couldn't see the other side. She didn't know whether there would be any relief this side of heaven. She asked, "Why?" She didn't know the answer to that question, but she knew the answers God has given her through the years. She knew that He is faithful and works all things for her good and His glory. She knew that He has a purpose for her pain and that His care for The fact that Joni wrote this from the midst of her pain made this so real, so relate-able, so powerful. She wasn't through it. She couldn't see the other side. She didn't know whether there would be any relief this side of heaven. She asked, "Why?" She didn't know the answer to that question, but she knew the answers God has given her through the years. She knew that He is faithful and works all things for her good and His glory. She knew that He has a purpose for her pain and that His care for her is "breath by breath, heartbeat by heartbeat, moment by moment." Even more, she reminds us that God cares for us that way, too, that He is sovereign over our circumstances, that He is working for our good, that He has a purpose for our pain. This book is for everyone. Its principles apply to every type of hurt or disappointment. And good luck getting through chapters 9 and 10 without a tissue! Highly recommended - definitely a "good read."

  13. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    I really appreciated this perspective on this book. Joni is writing concerning her battle with chronic pain and how to find joy and contentment in the battle. She answers questions so many of us ask in our own minds about pain and suffering. Her responses are biblical and help dispel some of the "christian" answers about faith and healing and sin. The biggest idea I came away with was that God uses suffering and pain in our lives to draw us into sweet communion relationship with Him. This book I really appreciated this perspective on this book. Joni is writing concerning her battle with chronic pain and how to find joy and contentment in the battle. She answers questions so many of us ask in our own minds about pain and suffering. Her responses are biblical and help dispel some of the "christian" answers about faith and healing and sin. The biggest idea I came away with was that God uses suffering and pain in our lives to draw us into sweet communion relationship with Him. This book is helpful for anyone going through any form of suffering whether physical or otherwise. As I head into my own journey with cancer, I found great Scriptural jewels to meditate upon.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I read about half of this book and stopped reading for several months. I am so glad I finally finished because the stories about her wheelchair donation crusade are worth the whole book (and they are in the last quarter of the book!). Good read if you or someone you love needs healing or has a disability.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Diane Perry

    Wonderful She is such an inspiration. This book is helpful in so many ways. No matter where you are in life she offers hope and insight to get you through. The scriptures were beautiful and as always she is a great teacher.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Birgit

    This is the very first book I have ever listened to and it was ok. For a new Christian (not sure if I can call myself that) I did find it a bit heavy going at times but nonetheless inspirational.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tammy

    I highly recommend this to everyone, but especially those who struggle with chronic pain and suffering.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Janice Kohl

    I read my father in law's copy of this book and since he suffered with chronic, and often, severe back pain, the book was much more meaningful to me. Also, I am familiar with the author's story. I read my father in law's copy of this book and since he suffered with chronic, and often, severe back pain, the book was much more meaningful to me. Also, I am familiar with the author's story.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Williamson

    Joni wrote this book while she was in chronic pain and that amazes me. Her honesty is stunning and hopeful- she is so full of grace and truth that it's exactly what she spills out in this book. I would give a copy of this to anyone who is going through suffering, and I know I'll be returning to it again and again. Joni is a masterpiece! (The only thing that made me a bit uncomfortable in this book were the last two chapters in which she shares stories about traveling to distribute wheelchairs. T Joni wrote this book while she was in chronic pain and that amazes me. Her honesty is stunning and hopeful- she is so full of grace and truth that it's exactly what she spills out in this book. I would give a copy of this to anyone who is going through suffering, and I know I'll be returning to it again and again. Joni is a masterpiece! (The only thing that made me a bit uncomfortable in this book were the last two chapters in which she shares stories about traveling to distribute wheelchairs. Though I am grateful for the way that Joni & Friends helps people, some of the American-messiah language made me uncomfortable. I say this knowing that I am a bit sensitive living in one of the African countries she mentions.)

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elise

    I got about a quarter of the way through this one, but life is too short for books you don't absolutely love. I didn't agree with a lot of what the author said about miraculous healing. I did, however, agree with her thoughts on physical ailments and hardships helping us to lean more completely on God and focusing on spiritual health. That being said, I felt like she kept saying the same thing over and over again. Also, why do authors read their own books for the audio version?! It almost never wo I got about a quarter of the way through this one, but life is too short for books you don't absolutely love. I didn't agree with a lot of what the author said about miraculous healing. I did, however, agree with her thoughts on physical ailments and hardships helping us to lean more completely on God and focusing on spiritual health. That being said, I felt like she kept saying the same thing over and over again. Also, why do authors read their own books for the audio version?! It almost never works out. Being a published writer doesn't mean you're a good orator. I'm going to stop before I say something mean...er. 🤷‍♀️🤦‍♀️

  21. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Guyadeen

    I Highly recommend this book! I believe it changes lives. I underlined so many nuggets of wisdom and used those quotes in prayers. I think this book is fundamental for every Christian, not just those who are chronically ill. This book will help shape your view on physical healing and the issue of when healing doesn't come in the way people expect/hope. I felt like my theology was written in this, it was amazing to see someone having the same theology. It did help me grow in the Lord. Put this on I Highly recommend this book! I believe it changes lives. I underlined so many nuggets of wisdom and used those quotes in prayers. I think this book is fundamental for every Christian, not just those who are chronically ill. This book will help shape your view on physical healing and the issue of when healing doesn't come in the way people expect/hope. I felt like my theology was written in this, it was amazing to see someone having the same theology. It did help me grow in the Lord. Put this on your to read list!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Raquel (Silver Valkyrie Reads)

    This is the best thing I've read in quite a while. Everything about it was beautiful and encouraging and often tear inducing. I'm considering how many copies I should buy in order to get most everyone I know to read it. This is the best thing I've read in quite a while. Everything about it was beautiful and encouraging and often tear inducing. I'm considering how many copies I should buy in order to get most everyone I know to read it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emily M

    Suffering can turn us from a dangerous direction. Suffering reminds us where our true strength lies. Suffering restores a lost beauty in Christ. Suffering can heighten our thirst for Christ. Suffering can increase our fruitfulness.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dena

    This book was a breath of fresh air to me this week. I would highly recommend listening to the audiobook read in the author’s voice. I felt like I was listening to a kind friend offering wisdom from the battleground...reminding me of what I know to be true and challenging me to think of familiar truth in a deeper and more redemptive way.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Autumn Kovach

    I was very encouraged by Joni's book. Even though she experiences a very extreme and unique version of suffering, her writing is very compassionate for Christians who suffer in many different ways. To hear her story of how God works in the varying seasons of her trial is encouraging that God is always working to teach us more of him in new ways we never had to. I was very encouraged by Joni's book. Even though she experiences a very extreme and unique version of suffering, her writing is very compassionate for Christians who suffer in many different ways. To hear her story of how God works in the varying seasons of her trial is encouraging that God is always working to teach us more of him in new ways we never had to.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Drew

    I really do treasure this woman, and the faith and perspective God has given her. It can be a powerful thing to have the biblical doctrine of suffering, hope, and heaven unfolded by a world class scholar. It is most certainly powerful to have Joni speak and sing you into those truths. I am grateful.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Fern Adams

    An encouraging account filled with hope, practical advice and a raw honest outlook. Really useful for anyone with a disability, chronic illness or suffering from pain.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Josh

    A Place of Healing is Joni's look at suffering in light of God's sovereignty and goodness. If you are unfamiliar with Joni, she is a quadriplegic who has been used by God to minister to many since her diving accident led to her paralysis. As I was struggling with this issue I wanted to hear counsel from someone who had endured suffering. That being said, I trust the Scriptures an infinite times more than I do someone's experience, so I wanted someone who would open the Word of God and deal with A Place of Healing is Joni's look at suffering in light of God's sovereignty and goodness. If you are unfamiliar with Joni, she is a quadriplegic who has been used by God to minister to many since her diving accident led to her paralysis. As I was struggling with this issue I wanted to hear counsel from someone who had endured suffering. That being said, I trust the Scriptures an infinite times more than I do someone's experience, so I wanted someone who would open the Word of God and deal with the issue with Scripture as the key focus. I was not disappointed with this book or with Mrs. Eareckson Tada's counsel. Joni begins the book by giving a report of what is going on in her life at the time of writing. Her paralysis persists, but not she is enduring chronic pain. She deals with this to let the reader know where she is coming from, writing from the midst of a battle, but also to lead into the main question we face when we see suffering and worship a good God. Why? Not only the why question of suffering's existence, which can be easily seen from Scripture, but the why question of suffering in the life of a child of God who sincerely and faithfully seeks God's healing. Joni recounts an experience she had on a televangelist's program in which she was blindsided with a critique of her faith and the fact that she remained unhealed because of sin in her life and a lack of faith. This causes Joni pain, but coupled with a search of Scripture leads her to a realization that is important for us all to understand and accept, "(h)ere is what I believe: God reserves the right to heal or not … as He sees fit." This is key! Without this, we will struggle with this issue unnecessarily and in a manner that will not lead to growth in holiness and faith, but rather doubt and despair. God is God and we are not and He will do what He chooses to do. the fact is I only know so much, I only understand so much, I only see so much, and I only grasp so much of what I do see. With Paul, I sometimes have to cry out, “Oh, the depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable his judgments, and his paths beyond tracing out!” (Rom. 11:33). Not long ago, the words of this old hymn drifted into my mind: I am not skilled to understand What God has willed, what God has planned; I only know at His right hand, Stands One who is my Savior!1 Ah, there are many things that God has revealed—things I do know and understand. But there are many more things that He has not chosen to reveal yet and may not reveal this side of heaven. And one of those things is why He sometimes chooses to step in and supernaturally heal one person and not another. We have to be ok with the truth that God is God. We have to be ok with the fact that He works things how He sees fit and that He is all-wise, all-loving and the definition of good. Will this convince an unbeliever while they wrestle with suffering in the world and the truth-claims of Christianity? Probably not. But really the only thing that will work in that situation is the regenerating power of God's Holy Spirit anyway. What this does do is remind me, a born-again believer in Christ, that He is good. And He is in control. And I can rest in that. Chapter 4 is entitled "What Benefit Is There to My Pain?". This chapter is an amazing read. Joni works through the benefits of suffering and how a good God uses suffering for the good of those who love Him and for His own glory. She goes over multiple points including how suffering can turn us from a dangerous/deadly path, how suffering increases our desire for Christ, how suffering reminds us of our frailty and weakness and how God can use suffering to make us more fruitful. Joni then gives a few detailed examples of how God has used her and the ministry He started with her called Joni and Friends to minister to, love on, reach out to and lead to the salvation of many who Joni would not have been able to reach without her paralysis. It is an amazing reminder of how suffering exists in the life of a believer so that they may be ministers of hope, healing and grace. Joni spends the remainder of the book speaking to those who suffer and encouraging them on how they can endure and how they can bring glory to God through all of it. She also spends more time looking at some testimonials of how God has used her paralysis to bring glory to Himself and lost people to salvation. This is a greatly encouraging, greatly challenging book and it was a pleasure to read. I praise God for what He has done and continues to do through the life and work of His Son found in the life and work of Joni and her friends.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shawn

    The audio version is worth returning to often!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Miller

    Love Joni’s books! This book is appropriate for anyone who is suffering, but it’s especially appropriate for folks suffering physical pain and disability. Obviously the author knows what she’s writing about, but I appreciate that she wrote this book while in the midst of a two-plus year ordeal with excruciating pain. She isn’t writing a story that has a pretty bow tying up all the loose ends. She is in the midst, which is where most of us are. She shares that she can still live, trust, and serve Love Joni’s books! This book is appropriate for anyone who is suffering, but it’s especially appropriate for folks suffering physical pain and disability. Obviously the author knows what she’s writing about, but I appreciate that she wrote this book while in the midst of a two-plus year ordeal with excruciating pain. She isn’t writing a story that has a pretty bow tying up all the loose ends. She is in the midst, which is where most of us are. She shares that she can still live, trust, and serve God. Her book will encourage you.

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