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Tullian's message of Glorious Ruin avoids the typical mistakes we make when we try to deal with the pain in our lives. He shows that we don't need answers and explanations as much as we need God's presence in and through suffering. For sufferers, one thing is beautifully and abundantly true: God's chief concern in your pain is to be with you and be Himself for you. The good news of the Gospel is not ultimately a defense from pain, it is the message of God's rescue throughpain. In other words, our ruin may not ultimately spell our undoing. It may in fact spell the beginning of freedom.