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Comfort & Grief
H. Norman Wright, a respected Christian counselor, offers daily devotions from a heart that has endured difficult loss—yet found God faithful. Let these genuine expressions of comfort and understanding help you make steps toward healing.
Have you recently lost your husband? Are there days when you feel alone—and that no one else could possibly understand? Join Gayle Roper as she draws on her emotions during the loss of her beloved husband, Chuck, and offers you a compassionate devotional to encourage you through your darkest days.
In times of heartache, you may wonder if God even cares. You‘ve poured your heart out to Him, but when the answers don’t seem to come, you wonder if He is listening. In this book you’ll discover that yes, your tears are seen, your prayers are heard, and the comfort God offers is real.
Are you journeying through unexpected changes, personal struggles, or heavy-hearted days? Experience God’s hope and provision in healing prayers written by author Hope Lyda especially for times like these. This attractive, padded hardcover volume overflows with simple, soulful prayer meditations to lead you to God’s abundant care and lavish grace.
Through the examples of biblical and contemporary women, readers will find practical, comforting steps for dealing with loneliness. Offers help in finding support from others, celebrating uniqueness, and gaining strength for single–parenting challenges.
Readers will learn how to face grief that occurs, not just in the case of death, but also during the loss of a marriage, jobs, and even a man’s hopes and dreams. An encouraging book for every man dealing with loss.
Finding Hope in Times of Grief points readers who grieve to God’s all-sufficient grace, to the surpassing hope we have in Christ, and to the comfort and peace that comes ultimately from God Himself. This book will also help family members and friends better understand how to support those who grieve.
It was through the grace of a compassionate God, that Jill Kelly found healing when her infant son was diagnosed with a fatal disease. After searching in vain for a prayer book for mothers who hurt, Jill was inspired to write “a book of prayers from my own broken heart.”
Ogilvie gently offers readers words where their own words fail them, guiding them to pray for: the confidence that anything that happens will bring them closer to God; the Spirit’s filling, so they can love even difficult people; God’s perspective on who He wants them to be, whatever their circumstances.
Stories from Joni’s life shine in this collection of gathered memories. Readers will recall quiet, out-of-the-way moments in their own lives when God was present. Words of encouragement, comfort, and insight leave the soul satisfied and longing to be closer to a loving Father, who often shows up when least expected.
Through great personal loss, authors Cecil Murphey and Liz Allison have gained insight to share with others who are experiencing uncertainty, depression, and loneliness after losing a loved one. Alongside comforting paintings by artist Michal Sparks, prayers, stories, and compassionate wisdom offer a meaningful path toward healing and hope.
When author and counselor H. Norman Wright’s beloved wife passed away, he grieved the loss of his partner and their shared life. In this tender, inspirational resource, Norm illuminates the way back to living when someone you love is gone. Also insightful for those who are supporting a grieving friend.