Grieving: Our Path Back to Peace
You Can Find Hope in the Midst of HurtPeople in grief wonder if they will ever feel okay again. Not only do you face overwhelming emotions of loss, you can feel discouraged or even ashamed when your grief doesn't disappear quickly or happen in neat orderly stages. For all people who have experienced loss, moments of joy and normalcy mix with moments of sadness and anger. Being moved once again by painful emotions you thought you had tamed isn't a setback. It's part of an upward process of healing. And when you allow your grief to be accompanied by hope in God, grieving can be your path back to peace.James R. White (M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary) is an insightful Bible teacher as well as a veteran counselor and hospital chaplain.
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Review: Grieving: Your Path Back to PeaceUser Review - DClement - Christianbook.com
This book litterally saved my emotional life! After losing my mom (69) and dad (72) just on month apart my world was turned upside down. This book helped me to realize that I wasn't going crazy and ... Read full review
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