Life isn't for wimps. Life is one tough ride.
Many ask how they can help those suffering a devastating loss. Of course, I offer them a copy of my new devotional, Getting Out of Bed in the Morning.
When others find it helpful, I am grateful that the message of the book has been embraced. The following is a viewpoint from one reader:
I decided to read this book not because I'm in grief or heartache but because as a pastor's wife I wanted some "inside" information on how to help people going through grief.~ Review posted at Deeper Shopping.
I know that sometimes it's hard for us, who have not known devastating grief, how to comfort or help those going through a rough patch in life.
Now, Alice Wisler has known grief and heartache. She writes encouraging words with scripture to help those in their time of need.
These book is more like a "grief" devotional with a Prayer, a Reflections to Ponder . . . a very encouraging read!
I especially liked the "devotional" on page 111, No Perfect Life. Sometimes we see people who seem to have it all . . . "Their marriages are intact; their children are healthy. They've got good teeth, bosses who value them, gardens filled with flowers, loving friends and savings in the bank. Life seems peaceful and easy for them." (p. 111)
We, incorrectly, assume that these types of people have it.all.together! But when we look closer and get to know these people we see that they are going through some very human rough patches in life. Be careful not to look on the outside. Consider that grief hits every human. If you're struggling with getting out of bed every day then you should begin reading this book before you even consider moving your head off the pillow.
This is a wonderful, encouraging read for everyone. And it would make a great gift for that person who is struggling with grief, sickness or loss of a loved one.
Getting Out of Bed in the Morning: Reflections of Comfort in Heartache by Alice J. Wisler
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