My Daughter Is Dying: A Mother's Record of the Journey
Tate Publishing, Oct 1, 2007 - 313 pages
Someone you know and love is dying. Your world is falling apart. You're convinced that no one can imagine what you are experiencing. You have so many questions. You scream, ''Why is this happening?'' "My Daughter is Dying" speaks to your pain, anger, doubt, and despair. And more importantly it leaves you with feelings of inspiration, assurance and peace. Internalizing the fact that someone you love is going to die is a hard truth for anyone to grasp, both intellectually and emotionally. It seems overwhelming, unbearable, and impossible. Yet, Lyra Pointer shows us just how God can lift you up and reveal Himself in the midst of your most trying times. With His Amazing Grace, He did just that when her daughter was diagnosed with terminal cancer. In "My Daughter is Dying," author Lyra Pointer will show you not only how God will help you through your painful situation, but also how He will help you to regain the happiness and love of life that you once had.
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