Experience the Miracles of Giving

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Religion - 316 pages
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The stories inside are interesting, emotional, and inspiring. They are both negative and positive surrounding lessons everyone needs about life, death, and grieving. The patients in these stories are children who were diagnosed with life threatening illnesses. Every child referred to us was not expected to live very long. Many of them have died but others have survived their illnesses in spite of their bleak diagnosis. This book was written by parents, siblings, friends, volunteers and even a few stories from the patients themselves. They have shared their deepest feelings and the roller coaster rides that accompany a serious illness. Anyone out there that has been through a health crisis with a loved one can relate to the authors in this book. Reading this book can assist others in understanding that they are not alone, and their unstable emotions and fears are very normal during the worst of times. Keeping a positive attitude is essential for survival. Throughout the book you will read about the importance of the volunteers who gave money, time, and prayers to keep the patients' and their families' attitudes on a positive note and helped them create happy memories. I want to emphasize that volunteering your time to assist others in need can be very important and rewarding to your own lives. When your faith is strong and your heart is in the right place, even if things do not go as planned, God will bless you for your efforts and you will learn another new lesson in life.

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User Review  - C. L. Campbell - Christianbook.com

I found this book through a friend, and I am very happy I did! It has helped me see I am not crazy and am very normal in my thoughts throughout my own severe health problems. This book has sad stories ... Read full review


Lessons everyone needs about life death and the grieving process
Assisting others in need
Listening Carefully to Others
Positive thoughts are important
Apply what you learn
Dealing with patients who are children
On Death
The Normal Grieving Process
Memories Both Good and Bad Need to

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