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This booklet contains some articles dealing with physical health and healing, which we hope many people will find helpful.But sickness, suffering, and even death itself are part of life. While parents should do what they can to see that their children are well fed, clothed, and housed, they should not forget that true character often grows out of adversity.

As Socrates once said, "Not life, but a good life is to be chiefly valued."

In other words, moral character is worth even more than good health, and we should want that for our children (and for ourselves) more than mere comforts.

We humans are just natural cry-babies. We often complain about the pain and suffering that God allows us as his children to go through. But when we do this, we often miss out on the valuable lessons God wants to teach us during those times of suffering.

The Bible says that parents who love their children will teach them discipline (Hebrews 12:6-11).

A little suffering now may make us stronger and healthier children of God in the long run.

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