Item description for When Life Takes What Matters: Devotions to Comfort You Through Crisis and Change by Susan Lenzkes...
Overview Lenzkes offers a reflective, hope-filled devotional guide for those who seek comfort in the face of loss and grief. Brief, meditative devotions consider the many aspects of loss and speak compassionately to grieving hearts, while offering God-centered solutions.
Author Susan Lenzkes helps you see loss from God's perspective. Her personal and poignant insights gently soothe the pain of loss without making us feel guilty over our hurt feelings.
Every short devotional in "When Life Takes What Matters "includes one or more verses of Scripture that reinforce her words of comfort and hope.
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Studio: Discovery House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.34" Width: 4.49" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1993
Publisher Discovery House Publishers
ISBN 0929239709 ISBN13 9780929239705
Availability 21 units. Availability accurate as of Sep 22, 2017 10:21.
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More About Susan Lenzkes
Susan Lenzkes is a speaker, Bible study leader, and author of several books. Her writing also appears in the "Women's Devotional Bible." Susan lives in San Diego, California.
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Review Apr 11, 2000
I would recommend this book for every woman. Although everyone's loss, pain and suffering comes in a different flavor, the commanality of the grief is the same. Susan Lenzkes offers the comfort that she has found in a personal relationship with Christ to the reader. She offers assurance that you are not alone and isolated in your pain and that there is hope.