Why Does God Allow Suffering & What Possible Good Can Come Out Of It?


(By: Dan Revoir)

This book is dedicated to my altogether lovely, constant and faithful wife, Martha.  Her life and love epitomizes the wedding vows that were made over thirty-four years ago.  Thank you, sweetheart, for the wonderful life and your untiring labor to help prepare this book for publishing.

Your loving husband, Dan


Dan Revoir has a significant story to tell about trials and suffering.  He has been at death's door and recovered to share the lessons learned there with us all.  His long bout with almost unbearable pain brought him so low that he wanted to die.  But his pain was not without gain.  His journey into extreme suffering has given him a deep compassion for all other sufferers and an understanding of their struggles with depression and despair.

If you are hurting, you must read this book.

If you know others who are suffering and may be close to giving up, place this journal of trials and ultimate triumph in their hands.  All to the glory of God ... He has used Dan's suffering (As WELL as his wife, Martha, who suffered just like many other spouses - wives - loved ones - suffer in like circumstances)) to impart HOPE and ENCOURAGEMENT and FAITH to persevere in trials ... to multitudes.

If all is well in your life, take a vicarious walk with Dan and Martha Revoir through the valley of the shadow of death and you will be enriched by it.  After going down their painful path, you will find it hard to complain about petty problems that may have irritated you in the past.

"Please Let Me Die!" is an ever timely book, raising questions about ending life when the going gets tough that need to be answered.

Does intense suffering today mean that there can never be a bright tomorrow?

Does a medical opinion that a patient will not recover give a sufficient reason to stop all efforts to prolong life?

Does pain give the suffering one a right to purposely end life in order to escape temporary misery when he or she might contribute to the good of others after recovery?

Dan Revoir forces us to face these questions and answer them.  

I recommend that you read this important book.

Roger F. Campbell, Author and Evangelist

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"And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it, and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them."  - Revelation 9:6

You can hear Dan share parts of his story on the following video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZxi60Yn4fc 

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