More than half of Americans have an invisible chronic illness, and nineteen million are disabled by one. They have no cane or wheel chair to let others know that something is wrong. Caregivers struggle right along with them and wonder, “Is there hope? Does God care about what we’re going through? What does God promise us?” Thirteen years ago the author’s husband Dave was disabled by an invisible illness. He had mysterious symptoms such as chemical sensitivities, joint pain, bouts of confusion, and dizziness, but had to leave work without a diagnosis. “God, how will we live and raise our children?” Dave was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease, but that wasn’t what changed their lives most. Are you ready to find something more than just a lesson to learn from painful experiences? Are you ready to meet God in a deeper, more meaningful way? In the package of suffering, God wraps a most surprising, precious gift: Himself. If you find yourself struggling to see God, may the meditations in this award-winning book carry you to his arms of love and his throne of grace.