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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2015
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Surviving the Loss of a Child: Support for Grieving ParentsElizabeth B. BrownRevell / 2010 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Silent Grief: Miscarriage-Child Loss, Finding Your Way Through the DarknessClara HintonNew Leaf Publishing / 1998 / Trade Paperback$9.29 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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Free to Grieve: Healing & Encouragement For Those Who Have Suffered Miscarriage and StillbirthMaureen RankBethany House / 2004 / Trade Paperback$15.495 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
Sometimes, when the worst becomes reality, God turns theoretical musing into heavenly experience.
Al Hallene discovered his college-student sons body after Alex hanged himself. While Al waited for the authorities to arrive, he had ten minutes alone with his son. During that wrenching time, God gave Al eight visions of heaven, where the father and son would someday reunite. As Al recounts those heartening and healing moments, readers are reminded of the affirming hope that Christians share even while asking the real questions tragedy raises: Will we see our lost loved ones again? Does God care about our pain? What does this mean for us now?
The Hope of Heaven is a very different kind of heaven book: rather than an argument for the existence of heaven or an account of an out-of-body experience, Alan Hallene gives readers a glimpse of life beyond the tragedies we endure.
oregonheidiOregonAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Hope-filled!May 27, 2015oregonheidiOregonAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I just finished reading The Hope of Heaven: God's Eight Messages of Assurance to a Grieving Father. Wow. I hadn't intended to read it all in one sitting, but couldn't stop myself. The author's voice is sincere and compelling as he relives the shock of discovering his son's body following suicide. The raw pain he shares awoke the grief I'd experienced in losing loved ones years earlier. God reached out to this broken parent during his darkest moments and offered him hope and assurance in deeply personal wayways that fit his specific needs perfectly. The very knowledge of God's caring enough to reach out not once, but eight times in just a few minutes will to carry this man through life until his relationship with his son can be restored in heaven.
Reading Allen Hallene's retelling of God's tenderness brought to mind not only my own losses, but magnified the ways our Lord softened death's blow for me as I grieved. What a gift to be able to look back and remember things in that light. Without his insight I might never have gained that perspective.
Writings centered on suicide are never easy, but Hallene and Marshall have produced a book that turns it on its headuplifting and hope-filled. It will help ease the heartache of anyone grieving because it focuses not on death itself, but on heaven. This book belongs on everyone's bookcase as a reminder of God's loving presence in our time of need.
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