Item description for Grieving: Your Path Back to Peace by James R. White...
Overview You Can Find Hope in the Midst of Hurt
People in grief wonder if they will ever feel okay again. Not only do you face overwhelming emotions of loss, you can feel discouraged or even ashamed when your grief doesn?t disappear quickly or happen in neat orderly stages. For all people who have experienced loss, moments of joy and normalcy mix with moments of sadness and anger. Being moved once again by painful emotions you thought you had tamed isn?t a setback. It?s part of an upward process of healing. And when you allow your grief to be accompanied by hope in God, grieving can be your path back to peace.
Publishers Description Written at a much-appreciated length, this brief book gently guides readers through the healing process of grief. Showing how grief doesn't happen in neat orderly stages, it explains how to work through painful emotions and questions and find God's peace and healing. Here is an updated look for a steady seller.
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Studio: Bethany House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 7.5" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1997
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0764220004 ISBN13 9780764220005
Availability 0 units.
More About James R. White
James White is one of the most prolific Christian apologists today. He has pubically debated cult members as will as heretical Christians sects.
James R. White currently resides in Phoenix, in the state of Arizona. James R. White was born in 1962.
Reviews - What do customers think about Grieving (Update)?
Time to heal Jan 12, 2002
This is a fantastic book! In only 87 pages, he touches on almost all aspects of grief. I am particulary impressed with his candid honesty.
Grief is messy and doesn't come in neat packages. He allows the reader his or her mess and offers simple, small steps towards recovery. I especially appreciate his candor when he says, 'God is big enough to handle your anger and your probing.' Because the truth of the matter is that, in death, we become angry over the loss and void we feel.
With that said, I want to leave you with a quote from his book! 'The more vital a part of our life that person was, the more deeply we will feel the loss, and the longer it will take to transition from what was to what is.'
I understand this so completely! When my grandmother died, I missed her but she wasnt a part of my every waking moment. When my daughter died, it was as though I had died. It was as though a part of me withered away and it has been nearly four years. I am still working through the loss. Yes, it has gotten easier, but it is still a part of me.
Comfort for the Grieving. May 11, 2001
Excellent resource for someone grieving the loss of a loved one. Mr White leads ever avenue back to the comfort of Christ. A great resource and a soothing ministry tool.