One Clear Call: A Father Grieves the Loss of an Only Son

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iUniverse, Aug 24, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit
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Your worst fear has been realized: Your only son has died suddenly. Through a painful inversion of life's circle, you have outlived your child. How can you go on? What do you do? Who knows the way you should take?
One Clear Call describes David Murray's close bond with his son, and concludes with a pilgrimage into the hidden chambers of parental bereavement. While on that journey, the author is arrested by "one clear call" and confronted with a heavenly reality that highlights a road less traveled. This book offers a revealing snapshot of God's calling and election. If you have lost a child or a close loved one, you will be inspired by this account of how one father found the consolations of God to be real and substantial. Wherever you may be in your bereavement journey, you will certainly find a way station of hope and courage somewhere in these pages.

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About the author (2006)

David Murray is the director of research at the Statistical Assessment Service (STATS). He has written articles for dozens of publications, including the "Wall Street Journal", "Washington Post", "Christian Science Monitor", & "Roll Call" & has appeared on various shows on the History Channel, CNN, NBC, ABC, & NPR. He lives in the Washington, DC metro area.

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