Grief is a Process

Grief is a Process

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by Cathy Welsh-Hulin
     
 
Grief is a Process. It is a personal journey. Everyone grieves differently but one thing everyone has to do in order to heal completely is to process it. Not only does everyone grieve differently, but every loss is different. In losing a loved one, you not only lose your hopes and dreams for the future, but you experience a loss every day because of the constant

Overview

Grief is a Process. It is a personal journey. Everyone grieves differently but one thing everyone has to do in order to heal completely is to process it. Not only does everyone grieve differently, but every loss is different. In losing a loved one, you not only lose your hopes and dreams for the future, but you experience a loss every day because of the constant reminder of being alone. But we do not have to walk alone in our grief. Jesus Christ died on the cross to conquer sin and death. Death is a stain, and we all will lose our lives in one way or another on this Earth; however, we can live in eternity with Christ and our loved ones that have gone one before us. Our hope can return because of God's promises in the Bible. My personal story about grief covers the loss from a child to a husband, a brother to a mother. All under the watchful eye and protective hand of the God of the Universe. He grieves with us. After all, He created us in His image! Just like Abraham faithfully went where God told him to go, and patiently waited for his inheritance, those that suffer in their grief can know that our grief is a test of our patience. We grieve much because we love much. God is love, so in turning to Him during our time of grief, we will receive the comfort and promises of God for a hope and a future. He gives perfect peace that passes all understanding, so that when you encounter a future grief situation, you can process your grief the only way that is healthy for your heart, mind and soul - Through Christ who gives you strength.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011820236
Publisher:
Cathy Welsh-Hulin
Publication date:
10/08/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
56 KB

Meet the Author

Ministering to the lost and grieving, writer and homeschooling mom, Cathy Welsh-Hulin, takes time every day to seek Christ in order to be an effective lay minister. Her grief experience is a witness to the fact that the God of the Bible is who He says He is and that He will do what He says He will do. Her faith is strengthened through every trial because she believes God is in control. "My story is my testimony," Hulin says. "Our stories are a test of time. There are those that preach and share their stories, I call that a preach-imony. Most of our great pastors are gifted in that way; however, my gift is teaching and sharing my stories. It is my hope that you find comfort, direction and hope through my teach-imony!" Hulin's book, "Grief is a Process" is a Widow’s Personal Grief Journey leading to a place in Christ that only through God’s Word could she obtain the peace that passes all understanding. Cathy was pregnant and widowed at the age of 30, having already lost her mother to emphysema. Her brother died of AIDS at the age of 33. After re-marrying and going through cervical cancer, two precious babies died in her arms. Cathy understands what others are experiencing. She has cried rivers of tears and found that God not only wipes them away, but He also stores them up to show how much He cares. Her story offers comfort and encouragement during the difficult times of losing a loved one. Share it with someone you know that is hurting and needs comfort today.

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Grief is a Process 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I resently lost my Husband, and read this book, confort me, I'm not alone. Ms.Mane
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Elaine White More than 1 year ago
THIS WAS MY FIRST EBOOK TO PURCHASE? WHILE I AM SORRY FOR HER LOSSES HER MESSAGE PROVIDES NOTHING NEW. BEEN THERE. STILL HURTS LIKE HELL.
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