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Download or read book From Grief to Grace written by Jeannie Ewing and published by Sophia Institute Press. This book was released on 2016-04-12 with total page 207 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Grief touches all of our lives, but it does not have to paralyze us with fear or inaction. God allows suffering because He knows how powerful it can be to our spiritual lives and to helping us fully embrace His love and mercy. In this insightful and practical book, you’ll learn how to live a life of redemptive suffering that will draw you through grief into a state of tenacity, meaning, holiness, and joy. Author Jeannie Ewing is no stranger to suffering. Her family has long struggled with bipolar disorder and depression, and her baby daughter was born with a rare genetic disorder that caused her bones to prematurely fuse together. Despite the many layers of sadness, loss, confusion, and anger, Jeannie responded to God’s calling and transformed her life into one with profound purpose and joy. Combining her training in psychology and counseling with real-life examples, Jeannie will show you that there is much life to be lived in the midst of loss, and that all things – even the most painful life experiences – are working together for a greater good. You’ll also learn: The all-too-often misunderstood difference between grief and depression.The spiritual benefits to uniting your crosses with Jesus’s Passion and Death.The counterintuitive notion that grief and joy can coexist.The spiritual danger of internalizing our pain and hiding it from othersHow great saints like St. John of the Cross and St. Therese of Liseux struggled to make sense out of suffering.The six spiritual principles that will assist you on the journey of navigating grief.How to know when you should seek professional help.Ways in which God is calling you to bring hope and joy to those dwelling in darkness.How to confidently confront the nothingness and emptiness you feel in your interior life.And Meditations on the Stations of the Cross, the Sorrowful Mysteries, and the Seven Sorrows of Mary that will help you reflect on how redemptive suffering can help you embrace God’s love and mercy.

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Download or read book From Grief to Grace written by Tameka Douglas and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2015-01-16 with total page 74 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The book is a collection of poems that I have assembled over the last few years of my life. They represent different parts of my life, my struggles, my happiness, my trials, and my accomplishments. During all of these times, I realized that I would not have been able to put these pages together if it was not for God, who has been with me from the beginning. All the glory belongs to the Lord. I am so excited to be able to release these words, and I pray that, if you are reading, these pages may become life and health and strengthen you.

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Download or read book A Widow s Journey from Grief to Grace written by Rekeshia S. Hudson and published by WestBow Press. This book was released on 2021-05-25 with total page 50 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Grief is an eerie extension of one who has experienced the loneliness and discomfort when losing someone so dear. No matter how one prepares, the depth of the love indicates the length of time one grieves and in most cases how one grieves. This book shares how the author experienced the stages of grief generally and specifically within widowhood. It is sure to trigger tears, but prayerfully it will begin to repair broken hearts and aid those who have a desire to live again with purpose from a calm and peaceful place at a steady and healthy pace.

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Download or read book Dance with Jesus written by Susan B. Mead and published by Morgan James Publishing. This book was released on 2015-03-31 with total page 130 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A woman grieving the loss of her family finds God’s grace in this inspiring memoir of grief, faith, and renewal. Susan B. Mead knows a lot about grief and loss. She lost her brilliant sister to suicide, her youngest son to drugs and alcohol, and—on the four-year anniversary of her son’s death—she lost her sister-in-law to cancer. After so many trials, Susan was left broken and bewildered. Then she learned a powerful lesson: When we are lost in the storms of grief, only God can pierce the darkness. In Dance with Jesus, Susan shares her personal story of how God came to her in the midst of profound grief with a display of love, insight, and comfort far beyond anything she thought possible. In her inspiring and intimate style, Susan freely shares how her encounters with God at her lowest moments led her to a deeper relationship with Him that truly restored her soul. 10 percent of the profit from Dance with Jesus will benefit Water for LIFE to help dig water wells in remote locations around the world.

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Download or read book From Grief to Grace written by Janet Wright and published by . This book was released on 2021-07-26 with total page 124 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: From Grief to Grace My Call to Prayer Janet Wright is a beloved daughter of the most high, a mother with a voice whom God has called and raised up as a prayer warrior, intercessor, motivational speaker and Kingdom builder. In her tell-all book, Janet takes her readers on her powerful journey to freedom, after experiencing both sexual and physical abuse at a tender age from those she trusted. She writes about rejection and the grief of losing her first son to gun culture and crime, and how she became accustomed to the trials, tribulations and effects of trauma in her life. However, despite great turbulence, armed with her faith in God and filled with His word, Janet was able to pray her way through from grief to grace. Through these pages, a gripping story of hope, restoration and the power of God is demonstrated. For Janet, her circumstances threw her into the hands of the Lord when she did not have the strength to stand on her own. As she sought God with all her heart, she was met and comforted with His loving-kindness, joy, peace, and unmerited favour, which is grace. She learnt to forgive herself and those around her and to trust God's will over her life. God has healed her, and as a firm believer, she has proven that prayer changes things; her life is a testimony of victory through the power of prayer. -These are my thoughts, my feelings... -This is my heart -This is the pain -This is the love -This is the heartbreak -This is the healing -This is my story

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ISBN 10 : 0879461543
Pages : 96 pages
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Download or read book From Grief to Grace written by Helen Reichert Lambin and published by Acta Publications. This book was released on 1997-01 with total page 96 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A collection of images to assist people in naming, processing and overcoming grief caused by illness, a loved one's death, a job loss or similar difficult situations.

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ISBN 10 : 9781504371025
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Download or read book Grief with Ease written by Mercy Montes and published by Balboa Press. This book was released on 2016-12-09 with total page 394 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Grief with Ease Summary By Anthony Vallez My life was never an Easy Peasy cakewalk, in fact I encountered many hard times and went through countless phases and types of grief even though I did not recognize it at the time. Well, now I do and I want you to as well. Grief comes in many forms and various phases in your life. From grieving over a breakup to grieving the loss of a loved one, youve all been through it! Personally I loved change, but when changes in life didnt meet with my expectations I fell into a form of grief that I did not yet recognize, nor did I understand. I thought I was depressed but actually I was experiencing grief. The two are easily misunderstood and often confused with one another. This book and the exercises in it are in tuned to help foster a deeper understanding and ability to recognize grief, in healthy ways to deal with it. From this book, my hope is that you to gain the ability to recognize various types of grief; how they impact your life, and how to cope with grief on a much gentler level. Grief requires the acceptance of change and the resistance of change only induces pain and suffering, when grief is chosen. If you allow change and chose to be happy, then you ultimately contribute to grief with ease. If you instead avoid grief, you then avoid life. You must understand your grief to understand yourselves and enjoy life. ~ Anthony I. Vallez

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Download or read book Finding Your New Normal written by Shannon Davis-Wills and published by . This book was released on 2019-02-25 with total page 116 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This is book is about loss. Loss is something everyone has experienced or will experience. Whether you lose a loved one or a job, all losses lead to some form of grieving. There is no right or wrong way to navigate the journey of grief because we are all unique individuals made in the image of God. Within the grieving process, we have been programmed to think a return to normalcy is expected. This books asks the question, "How can you continue to live as if nothing happened when a part of you is missing?" The reality is, you cannot. "Finding Your New Normal" is about authentically finding a new way of doing things. You have to find your new normal. As I share my journey of growing from grief to grace I hope to gently guide you along your journey to do the same.

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ISBN 10 : 9781512792706
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Download or read book Grace to Grieve written by Nancy LoRusso and published by WestBow Press. This book was released on 2017-10-13 with total page 214 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Not very often does a book like Grace to Grieve come along. Nancy LoRusso has penned a precious and very personal gift to anyone who has had to navigate the world of disappointment, despair, and death. In the midst of incredible loss and pain, Nancy has real answers to heartfelt and vulnerable questions, such as, Should a Christian grieve, and if so, what does real grief look like in our joy-focused Christian world? Grace to Grieve is exactly what the title says. Its a handbook to the heart, giving the reader permission to say, as David said, My soul is clinging to the dust, Oh, Lord revive me. This is exactly what this book does. It will revive your soul. Chris DuPre, pastor, speaker, and author of the book The Wild Love of God Grief. Every soul encounters its painful intrusion. Some try and resist it with denial and distraction, while others numbly succumb to it as hopeless prisoners. In her book, Grace to Grieve, author Nancy LoRusso humbly, candidly, and compassionately shares her personal journey through the valley of heartbreaking loss and grief into the recovery of hope, peace, and genuine joy. Offering timeless truths, lessons learned, and tender encouragement, this book is like a deep breath that gently realigns the compass of the heart back to hope. An inspirational must-read for anyone touched by loss. Tammy Riddering, director, Gateway House of Prayer, St. Louis

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Download or read book Walking in Grace with Grief written by Della Temple and published by . This book was released on 2015-05-15 with total page 128 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Meditations for Healing After Loss Walking in Grace with Grief, combines Della's story of loss with teachings of energy awareness, mindfulness, and conscious living. Filled with stories of hope and profound confidence in life after life, Walking in Grace with Grief includes many practical skills such as grounding to the earth and "filling in" with life-force energy. The easy to follow meditations provide comfort and nurturing for anyone dealing with loss. Message from the author: I offer my story to you as a way of reaching my hand out to yours. To touch you, to offer you comfort and presence. When I lost my loved one, I felt so many different things: shock, sadness, sorrow, and grace. I was more alive in some respects than I had ever felt before. I experienced sorrow; a deep, fathomless sadness; grief; love; acceptance; compassion; and happiness-yes happiness-all at once. I knew deep within my soul that my son's Spirit lived on. He had left his body, but he was alive as a Spirit. This profound acceptance and belief were the keys, I believe, to my ability to grieve in a different manner from many others. I want to share with you how I walked this path of sorrow and acceptance-not to tell you how you should do it, but to offer you thoughts on how to lessen the pain as you walk your path. Many blessings, Della

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Download or read book From Grief to Grace written by Dawn Dailey and published by . This book was released on 2020-07-22 with total page 171 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Grief is a journey, not a destination. Walk with author Dawn Dailey as she leads you through forty devotions designed to acknowledge and ultimately accept the loss of a loved one. While the journey of grief is painful, the gift of healing from the God of All Comfort overflows with His grace and peace. FROM GRIEF TO GRACE explores grieving from a faith perspective and from the author's own experiences. Filled with Scripture and stories, these daily devotions guide you through the process of healing with prompts to practice these words of wisdom. Grief is indeed a journey and not a destination. And grief doesn't define us. It refines us into who we are meant to be: healed and whole, as we move from grief to grace. NOTE: Interior photos are printed in black and white.

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Download or read book From Mourning to Praise written by Douglas Knox and published by WestBow Press. This book was released on 2017-07-17 with total page 216 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: From Mourning to Praise approaches the subject of suffering and loss the way the Bible approaches it: with honesty. Regardless of how our experiences differ, you can know that God continues to love you and care for you. The purpose of this book is to show you how to plead your case before God during suffering. It will teach you how to seek Gods face in your dark hours. Then when God brings you to a place where you begin to discern his deeper work in your life, it will teach you how to offer meaningful praise for what he has taught you. Finally it will introduce you to one of the greatest blessings of suffering, the opportunity to reach out to others who experience suffering or loss. Here are some of the points that this book affirms: God cares when you suffer. God is with you when you suffer. The Bible gives you permission to throw aside your happy mask when you suffer. You have a right to complain about injustice and plead to God for justice. You have the freedom to be angry with Godout loud. God uses suffering to produce growth and character depth. Suffering produces deeper character than any pleasure can produce. Worship from a position of suffering can be far more meaningful than worship that is always happy. Drawing on the reality from the book of Job, the Psalms, and from the New Testament, From Mourning to Praise invites you to grieve Gods way while you wait for his deliverance.

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Download or read book Beyond the Rainbow written by Beth Knopik and published by Morgan James Publishing. This book was released on 2022-10-18 with total page 227 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In June of 2012, vibrant 16-year-old Leanna Mae Knopik was hospitalized with a rare and sudden cardiac infection. In this unflinching account of her final month of life and the searing sorrow that followed, a grieving mother deepens her relationship with her deceased daughter and—through the grace of God—finds a path to true joy. Beyond the Rainbow describes in candid detail the arduous task of piecing a family back together in the wake of tragedy, and the transformative spiritual awakening that emerges. Not just for the bereaved, all readers will benefit from the author’s journey through searing pain and her ultimate discovery of God’s grace. This memoir offers a model for how family members can move through grief. It presents an honest and complete examination of the coping skills that worked for the author and her family—and the ones that did not. The goal of Beyond the Rainbow is twofold: 1) to shorten the path to healing by offering a roadmap through the early stages of grief, and 2) to broaden the reader’s perspective on loss; with God’s grace, they can and will live a joyful life.

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Download or read book Jesus Wept written by Gregory P. Wynot, Sr. and published by iUniverse. This book was released on 2006-11-22 with total page 84 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: One of the less formal but most important functions of parish ministry entails providing counseling to parishioners in need of sympathetic hearing and understanding advice from someone they personally know and trust. Jesus Wept provides a theological, psychological, and doctrinal foundation of the Eastern Orthodox Christian view of death that counselors can pass along to help the bereaved place the decedent's passing into proper spiritual context. It also discusses the psychological, functional, and spiritual aspects of the Eastern Orthodox funeral services. Author Gregory P. Wynot, Sr. focuses on the especially traumatic circumstances connected with the death of a family member or loved one and details the stages of dying and the grieving process. He also discusses how to diagnose and categorize different kinds of grief as well as how best to approach specific situations. Finally, Wynot looks at the impact of bereavement counseling on the counselor, who must find a delicate balance between being a "spiritual father" and psychological "caregiver". Also included are resource appendices and a bibliography for further reading. Jesus Wept is an invaluable resource that can ease the burden of what is certainly one of the most challenging tasks any counselor is called upon to perform.

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ISBN 10 : 9781512740110
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Download or read book A Heart in Pieces written by Barbara Jo Almendinger and published by WestBow Press. This book was released on 2016-05-18 with total page 112 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: When I heard you were gone I felt my heart shatter to pieces and a part of me died with you. I dont think my heart will ever feel whole and complete again. It aches every minute of every day. I wonder if it will ever stop hurting. Are these thoughts or feelings you can relate to? If you have ever experienced devastating loss or life-altering events that have made you feel this way, then this is a book for you. A Heart in Pieces describes a journey of searching for answers about unexplained sudden death in one family and will inspire you not to give up in spite of your tragedy or loss. It will offer you hope, healing, and courage even when you feel like your heart has been shattered to pieces.

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Download or read book Forever Authentic written by Maxine Louise Motley and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2014-10-29 with total page 66 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This story unveils the unique lives of two incredible people, who at a very young age met and fell in love. They never finished school, and despite their poverty they married, had children, and started their new life together. Regardless of their limited income and education, they had a special love for one another, and for their children. Their intentions were good they were determined to fight to remain in holy matrimony, raise their children together with the hopes of living happily ever after until one day when it all changed! Through a series of challenges, tragedy, relationship conflicts, losses, addiction, sickness, and other unforeseen events that begun to occur, they eventually began to travel what seemed to be separate, opposite and somewhat uncommon roads, to eventually paths that would soon cross again, causing them to experience similar journeys which would result in a surprising, yet authentic destiny they never imagined!