Item description for Magnifying Your Days: Inspirational Devotionals for Grieving by Bonnie Rinehart...
Overview Are you hurting over losing a loved one through death, divorce, or physical separation? Discover how to magnify your days and exchange your broken heart for God's love, peace, and hope. When Bonnie Rinehart's parents both died thirteen days apart, she experienced a depth of grief she never thought possible. God answered her earnest cries for help and inspired her to write these heartfelt devotionals that ministered healing to her soul. They are now available to comfort and encourage anyone who has lost a loved one or experienced any kind of separation. When grief and sorrow overwhelm you, these inspirational writings will refocus your thoughts on eternity and the hope of seeing your loved ones again.
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Studio: Winepress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.22" Weight: 0.29 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2003
Publisher WINEPRESS PUBLISHING #1453
ISBN 1579214509 ISBN13 9781579214500
Availability 0 units.
More About Bonnie Rinehart
Bonnie Rinehart currently resides in Sioux Falls, in the state of South Dakota.
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REVIEW BY THE AUTHOR OF MAGNIFYING YOUR DAYS Apr 22, 2004
I wrote Magnifying Your Days 6 weeks after my parents died 13 days apart. I was praying for God to ease my pain and the thought, "I should write a poem," would not go away until I reached for pen and paper. The first poem I ever wrote, To Be Just Like My Mom, came so fast I could hardly write it. I was crying so hard I could hardly write. I prayed for God to give me more poems and He did.
Magnifying Your Days contains 31 inspirational devotionals for grieving. There are a few scriptures followed by a poem and a devotional which ties the two together. An RN with 3 months left to live named the devotional. She said after reading it, 'It magnifies my days. It quiets me down in the middle of the night when I wonder how much time I have left. It doesn't matter whether I live or die, I'm going to be ok. I'm in God's hands."
I cried every day I wrote the book. I did not take one day off because I knew when I was weak, God was strong. I wanted this book to be the best it could be to help that one person who would be working through his or her loss. I wrote this book for you! You are now the one person I did not have a face for but had the hope that you too would receive God's healing touch like I did.
At one point in my grief I had no peace. I read all of the scripture in the devotional and had perfect peace.
It continues to fill me with courage and focus my thoughts outside of myself to the hope of seeing my Mom again. It keeps me from becoming discouraged.