Gentle Hugs for Grieving Hearts - Study Guide
As one who is experiencing grief, journalist and best-selling author Julie-Allyson Ieron offers compassionate, biblically sound comfort to readers who are sorrowing. This Bible study companion to her Care & Share devotional booklet with the same title, Gentle Hugs for Grieving Hearts Study Guide offers readers the opportunity to open their weeping hearts to the unchanging God of the Bible, Who has come alongside His grieving children down through history—as far back as Adam and Eve in their two-pronged loss of both Cain and Abel. It’s packed with biblical truth and modern-day examples. Go through the study by yourself, or with a small group of fellow sorrowers.
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"I guess you’re in the club too. Some disaster descended on your world unbidden, swished away life as you knew it, and plunked you here. Please accept my welcome hug by proxy. We’re an eclectic group. All ages, race, and income levels equally included. At the head of this society is One Who has walked the way we walk—through grief. How can I make so bold a statement? One of His given names tells us all we need to know: He is—Man of Sorrows. He is—‘acquainted with deepest grief.’"
Grieving hearts don’t need another buck-up and deal-with-it teaching. Instead, we need to feel, to experience, and to uncover the
truth of God’s faithfulness for ourselves. That’s why this Bible study/devotional combo set is invaluable.
Grieving hearts crave hope. They crave a gentle, honest response to their gut-check questions. In the 30 truth-packed readings of this minibook, Julie walks with readers through the worst days of sorrow. She offers realistic comfort, packaged with substantive hope. She can do this because she, too, is a member of the grief club. There she has become reacquainted with the Man of Sorrows, Who chairs the group. If you’re in a sorrowing season, drink in these devotional thoughts. If you know someone who is grieving, get a copy to give away. Either way, it will resonate with refreshing truth.
Gentle Hugs for Grieving Hearts - Devotional Booklet