Turning To God To Get Through Grief

Author: Linus Mundy
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 149767865X
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Turning To God To Get Through Grief from the Author: Linus Mundy. “It will take a miracle to get me through this loss.” That is the sentiment of many who are experiencing the deep pangs of grief. And so it is that the chapters of this little booklet point to God, the Miracle Worker, for grief relief.

Awakening From Grief

Author: John E. Welshons
Publisher: New World Library
ISBN: 9781930722187
Size: 53.11 MB
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Awakening From Grief from the Author: John E. Welshons. A counselor explains how to transform grief into a growth experience, offering a primer for surviving tragic loss that focuses on grief as an invitation to life-deepening experiences.

Holy Bible Kj3 Literal Translation

Author: Jay Patrick Green
Publisher: Sovereign Grace Publishers,
ISBN: 1589604032
Size: 53.86 MB
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Holy Bible Kj3 Literal Translation from the Author: Jay Patrick Green. Green presents the fourth edition of the translation that appears in the side margins of his bestselling work, "The Interlinear Hebrew-Greek-English Bible."

A Grief Observed

Author: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061949299
Size: 32.88 MB
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A Grief Observed from the Author: C. S. Lewis. A classic work on grief, A Grief Observed is C.S. Lewis’s honest reflection on the fundamental issues of life, death, and faith in the midst of loss. Written after his wife’s tragic death as a way of surviving the “mad midnight moments,” A Grief Observed an unflinchingly truthful account of how loss can lead even a stalwart believer to lose all sense of meaning in the universe, and the inspirational tale of how he can possibly regain his bearings.

Grieving God S Way

Author: Margaret Brownley
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
ISBN: 0849947227
Size: 79.20 MB
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Grieving God S Way from the Author: Margaret Brownley. A 90-day devotional healing experience for the grieving spirit. The death of a family member or friend is devastating. In fact, it can take five years or more for a person to adequately work through his or her grief, but because we live in a fast-paced society, we often sweep it under the rug or ignore it altogether. God has another plan. Man's Way: Numb the pain God's Way: Heal the pain Man's Way: Don't talk about it God's Way: Share your pain Man's Way: Time heals God's Way: Faith heals Grieving God's Way is a 90-day reader designed to bring hope and healing to those who have experienced loss. Each thoughtful devotional begins with a scripture and ends with a haiku, written to affirm the positive theme of the text. Divided into four categories-body, soul, heart, and spirit-each day's entry offers insight into the grieving process that increases understanding of God's purposeful plan for healing the heart and soul.

A Widow S Prayer

Author: Nell E. Noonan
Publisher: Upper Room Books
ISBN: 0835815072
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A Widow S Prayer from the Author: Nell E. Noonan. Life crises threaten our spiritual stability. Losing a loved one—whether or not you expect their death—is always traumatic. The trauma of adjusting to the new identity of widow while facing a multitude of questions and urgent decisions can be overwhelming. In this book of 60 meditations, Nell Noonan candidly shares her experiences in the 26 months after the death of her husband. She describes her journey in grief as packed with blessings and brokenness. Despite the low points, she managed to find God in the midst of bereavement. Noonan acknowledges that each person's grief journey is unique. "My writing is not meant to tell anyone what or how or when to do anything," Noonan says. "The devotions are only meant to be messages that I want to hold your hand, feel our pain, and hopefully we will be able to inch slowly, step-by-step into being more whole, less broken—into new, peace-filled life." This book will help widows, whether they choose to read it alone or with a group. A good resource for grief support groups, and an appropriate gift to show your concern for any woman grieving the loss of her husband.

Traveling Through Grief

Author: Susan J. R.N. Zonnebelt-Smeenge, Ed.D
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 9781585585298
Size: 54.27 MB
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Traveling Through Grief from the Author: Susan J. R.N. Zonnebelt-Smeenge, Ed.D. When a loved one dies it can seem like life will never be normal again. The world can become a blur of flowers, relatives, cards, and well-meaning visitors; and the griever may feel that he or she cannot come up for air. But there is normalcy after death, say authors Zonnebelt-Smeenge and De Vries; it just takes some time--and help--to get there. Traveling through Grief takes readers on the journey toward life after death, focusing on five common tasks of grief: accepting the reality of death, embracing all the emotions associated with death, storing memories, separating oneself from the deceased, and reinvesting fully in one's own life. This book is the perfect gift for a grieving friend or tool for a loved one in need.

From My Heart To God

Author: Regina Brumley
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1105550567
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From My Heart To God from the Author: Regina Brumley.

God Didn T Do It He Only Signed Off On It

Author: Christiana I. Chineme
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452029075
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God Didn T Do It He Only Signed Off On It from the Author: Christiana I. Chineme. As humans, things happen to us sometimes that we cannot fully understand. We desire to explain them when from human perspective there's no explanation that really exists. Our perplexion at things of that nature are not just about when they happen to us but also the things we witness in the world around us. They oftentimes shake the foundations of our faith in God to the core. But as much as not knowing hurts, at no time should our reaction be to accuse God for things we don't understand. Rather, we should know that God is not always the architect of all our problems and that He might not always save us from people that live to harm us or bless us the way we want because we take a stand with Him. His promise however is one thing and that is that He'll work it all out for HIS OWN ENDS even the wicked for a day of disaster Proverbs 16:4b. However your pain occurred, God's declared intentions are that He'll use all of your problems any which way they present to work out His will for your life. The deaths of some of the people that went before us is proof that for reasons best known to Him, God at times chooses not to deliver people that take a stand with Him. And it's not because He hated such people but because of what He already planned to use the situation for.