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Comfort in the Mourning by Connie S. Owens

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Published by Grief Recovery Services .
Written in English


  • Death / Grief / Consolation,
  • Self-Help,
  • Death, Grief, Bereavement,
  • Self-Help / Death, Grief, Bereavement

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8578462M
ISBN 100972530401
ISBN 109780972530408

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Comfort the Mourning Ones. 1. Why do mourning ones need comfort? 1 Losing a loved one in death is a traumatic experience, especially for those who do not have the Kingdom hope. (1 Thess. ) Many often wonder: ‘Why do people die?Where do they go? Will I ever see my loved one again?’ Below are some suggestions for giving comfort to those we meet in field service who are mourning the death.   Whether you find yourself grieving the passing of a loved one or the loss of a dream, we hope this booklet gives you comfort and hope as you pray through the seasons of mourning in your life. Click to download the free e-book “Comfort for the Mourning”. The definitive guide to Judaism’s end-of-life rituals, revised and updated for Jews of all backgrounds and beliefs From caring for the dying to honoring the dead, Anita Diamant explains the Jewish practices that make mourning a loved one an opportunity to experience the full range of emotions—grief, anger, fear, guilt, relief—and take comfort in the idea that the memory of the deceased /5(22).   The Psalmist said, “Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.” Self-pity can bring no enduring comfort. The fact is, it will only add to your misery. And unremitting grief will give you little consolation in itself, for grief begets grief. Sorrow, or mourning, when it is borne in a Christian way, contains a built-in.