Grief : Comfort for Those Who Grieve and Those Who Want to Help
Are you tongue-tied and afraid of saying the wrong thing when a friend is grieving? Haddon Robinson's common-sense suggestions help you genuinely encourage, comfort and love. He also offers healing recommendations for you if grief has darkened your own life.
Whatever its cause—the death of a loved one, the loss of a relationship, a devastating illness—no one escapes the ravages of grief. Since 1996, Haddon Robinson has been helping the hurting with his meaningful little book, Grief. This 48-page gift edition, filled with warm and inviting full-color pages and photographs, continues to draw on the wellspring of Scripture with consolation and strength to go on with life. If you or someone you know struggles with sorrow, let Discover the Word's Haddon Robinson minister the compassion of God's Word, offering solace to the brokenhearted.
From the Back Cover
How can I find comfort in the midst of my loss? Does faith dry all tears?
How can I help friends who are burdened down with grief? What is the difference between “bad grief” and “good grief”?
Author Haddon Robinson gently reminds us that “grief is a part of life, and God has given us tear ducts to allow us to express our sorrow.” Everyone experiences grief.
But how do we cope with our own sorrow? And how do we comfort others who grieve? How can we turn bad grief into good grief for ourselves and others? This beautiful booklet offers compassion and comfort for those who grieve as well as wise insights for those who want to help.
About the Author
Haddon W. Robinson is a well-known speaker and for many years was a featured teacher on the Discover the Word daily radio program. Regarded as one of the greatest preachers of the twentieth century, Dr Robinson is the Harold John Ockenga Distinquished Professor Emeritus of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is the author of many books, including What Jesus Said about Successful Living and Decision-Making by the Book.