Life After Loss: Finding Hope Again In God
Harrison House Publishers, 2005 - 94 páginas
There is no greater loss that a mother or father can experience than the death of a child. Parents, siblings, extended family, and friends all share in a grief that seems too great to bear. With love and tender compassion, Pam Dressler shares with readers the poignant and heartbreaking story of the tragic death of her beloved three-year-old daughter, Alexandra--Alli. And with a wisdom that can come only from the heart of God, Pam leads those who are experiencing deep personal loss through tragedy to the comfort of a loving Savior, where they will discover understanding, compassion, peace, and hope for their own hearts. As a Christian, Pam experienced the questions and emotions of grief including. Why God?, Am I to blame?, I can't forgive myself, and even I am mad at God. As one who has received God's supernatural help, Pam is able to testify with a gentle confidence: The peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:7). This book is for those who need to know that God is with them and cares about them even in the midst of great pain and loss.
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