Item description for Comfort for Those Who Mourn by Chuck Smith...
Overview Comfort for Those Who Mourn is designed to help those who have just lost someone close to them. Pastor Chuck Smith speaks from Scripture to encourage those in grief to follow the example of King David, who mourned deeply and expressively for Jonathan, but then turned to healthy activity. A sensitive and helpful tool for those in grief.
Publishers Description What hope does the Bible offer for those who have suffered a devastating loss? Comfort For Those Who Mourn was created to help those who have just lost someone close to them. This pamphlet takes a sensitive and scriptural appraoch, designed to help you or someone close to you through the difficult times of adjustment.
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Studio: Word for Today
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.32" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.09" Weight: 0.11 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1993
Publisher Word for Today
ISBN 0936728477 ISBN13 9780936728476
Availability 11 units. Availability accurate as of Apr 27, 2017 11:00.
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More About Chuck Smith
Chuck Smith started Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, and has served as its Senior Pastor for twenty-five years. Chuck's sermons are heard internationally through the church Web site at calvarychapel.com/capobeach.
Chuck Smith currently resides in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Comfort for Those Who Mourn?
Take Comfort Mar 12, 2009
I found this book a very helpful reminder not only for the bereaved but also for anyone who has lost a loved one, friend or relation ... for whatever reason. Pick it up and be encouraged, or give it to someone who you know needs it.
Perfect gift for family and friends Mar 2, 2009
Thankfully I didn't have to read this book because I had lost anyone--I actually read it to see if it would be good to give to a friend who had. I really felt that it covered so much more than I expected it to. It explained things I had never thought of in terms of death. This book isn't so long as to be overwhelming to someone in the midst of grief, but is long enough to adequately describe another way of looking at things and can be life-changing. It gives specific ways to deal with grief and takes the reader to another level of mindset. I highly recommend this to anyone who has lost someone.