Item description for When Grief Is Your Constant Companion: God's Grace for a Woman's Heartache by Carolyn Rhea...
Overview After losing her beloved husband to a heart attack, author Carolyn Rhea poured out her feelings to God in her prayer times, and in turn felt Him pouring out comfort to her through Scripture. This book contains 50 of those devotional thoughts and corresponding Scriptures for others who long for God's comforting presence as they deal with the storm of grief that follows loss of a loved one.
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Studio: New Hope Publishers - Arise
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.33" Width: 5.31" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2003
Publisher NEW HOPE PUBLISHING #351
ISBN 1563097486 ISBN13 9781563097485
Availability 0 units.
More About Carolyn Rhea
Carolyn Rhea was already an experienced author when her husband of 39 years, Claude, died of heart failure while traveling in Paris in 1990. Now in hindsight, she recounts the journey of her grief with transparency. Of the book, she says, I pray that God will use my book to comfort and encourage those who are grieving and to help those who are not grieving better understand those who are. Carolyn and Claude Rhea had three children, and Carolyn is now a doting grandmother of four. She currently makes her home in Vero Beach, Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about When Grief Is Your Constant Companion: God's Grace for a Woman's Heartache?
Comfort for the Heart Feb 24, 2003
Yes, I am a biased reader. The author, Carolyn Rhea, is my mother, and this book is about the unexpected death of my father. On September 19, 1990, my father had a massive heart attack at the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris - just months before my wedding. Through poetic prose, my mother gives others an insight into the grief process and provides comfort through scriptures. How sadly ironic that at the same time this book was published, my mother was diagnosed with a terminal illness. However, she maintains her grace, dignity and unquenchable faith that God is ever present and can work through any situation. I continue to pray for a miracle. Meanwhile, I hope you find comfort through her book. She truly wants to reach out to others who are also journeying through grief.
Comfort for the heart Feb 23, 2003
Yes, I am a biased reader. My mother, Carolyn Rhea, wrote this very special book about my father's death. On September 19, 1990, he unexpectedly died of a heart attack at the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. He died a few months before my wedding. They were such a close couple, and I truly feel blessed to have them as parents. Through her poetic prose, my mother expresses her conversations and confrontations with God. You will journey along with her through the "wilderness of grief" and understand more about the grief process. How sadly ironic that just as this special book was released, my mother was diagnosed with a terminal illness. Yet, she maintains her grace, dignity and unquenching faith that God is ever present and can work through any circumstance. I continue to pray for a miracle. Enjoy the book!