Hope to Carry on: Knowing God's Comfort in Life and Death
When someone close to us dies, it often makes us ask big questions: Why did this happen? What will life be like now? How will I cope? Even if you weren't close, the death of a friend, colleague or neighbour...
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When someone close to us dies, it often makes us ask big questions: Why did this happen? What will life be like now? How will I cope? Even if you weren't close, the death of a friend, colleague or neighbour often leaves us thinking about our own mortality, and wondering what this short life of ours is about - and what happens next? Maybe, like many people, you're worried about dying. This little booklet is to encourage and help you. It explains what God has done so that we can have real hope even in the face of death. It will also assure you that death is not the end, and show you how you can have real hope - both now and for the future. Can be given out at funerals.
Peter Jackson is Professor of Global Security in the History Department at the University of Glasgow. He is also Visiting Professor at the Institut d'etudes politiques (Paris) and has taught at the universities of Cambridge, Yale, Carleton and Aberystwyth. He co-edits Intelligence and National Security (the world's leading academic journal for intelligence and security studies) and is the author or editor of five books including France and the Nazi Menace (2000); Understanding Intelligence in the Twenty-First Century (with Len Scott, 2004) and The Uses and Limits of Intelligence in Internation
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