Forever King: Surviving the loss of my unborn child

Forever King: Surviving the loss of my unborn child

by Diana Sims

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Overview

Diana Sims takes you on a journey of her pregnancy loss. Sims delivered her son by way stillbirth. Although he was not born "alive" Sims believes he was still born and is still loved. Sims will show you through her book that you can continue to live, press through the pain, grief, loss into your purpose to help others. Using the hurt to heal others through your tragedy and know there is a promise awaiting you. The book is filled with inspirational scriptures and a beautiful declaration to recite daily. The process of loss especially child loss is hard and devastating. Don't give up the fight to live.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692846988
Publisher: Forever King
Publication date: 03/08/2017
Pages: 78
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.16(d)

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Forever King: Surviving the loss of my unborn child 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Janelle Alex, Ph.D. for Readers' Favorite Diana Sims bares her soul as she shares her experience of losing her third son just days before he was due to be born. Her book, Forever King: Surviving The Loss of My Unborn Child, reaches well beyond the concept of a heartbreaking memoir. Instead, Sims shares her story, then she shares various pieces of advice and wisdom to help other mothers who have lost their babies. Coming from a devout Christian perspective, Forever King includes common symptoms of grief and tips on how to move through them. Sims offers suggestions on religious practices, including reading Bible verses and other inspirational Christian books, to help others not only survive the tragedy, but come out on the other side whole as a human being and as a mother. Losing a child during pregnancy, during their childhood or during their adulthood is probably the most challenging experience any parent ever has to face. For those who are inclined toward Christianity, Diana Sims' Forever King can be a great source of support, guidance and awareness that the reader is not alone. Not only can they turn to their Heavenly Father, but they can find support from other mothers who have lost their babies, too. No matter the tragedy that brought about the writing of Forever King, it is very well-written and offers a much needed story and much needed support to guide others through their own horrifically painful experiences of pain, confusion, anger and doubts in their own faith. For Christians who have lost a child and for those Christians who are very close to someone who has lost a child, Diana Sims' Forever King is a must-read.