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I Tell You a Mystery

Johann Christoph Arnold

I Tell You a Mystery

Johann Christoph Arnold

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This best-selling volume addresses fears every human faces - vulnerability, illness, aging, and dying. Yet at its core this book is more about living than dying. Arnold says living for a cause greater than ourselves enables us to face eternity with the strength that comes from faith. Drawing on stories of people he has known and counseled as pastor, relative, or friend, Arnold shows how suffering can be given meaning, and despair overcome. He offers the assurance that even today, in our culture of isolation and death, there is hope. As you read, you'll meet individuals who lived life to the fullest by serving others.

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- Publisher I Tell You A Mystery addresses fears that every human faces -- fears of vulnerability illness, aging, and dying. Yet at its core this book is about overcoming these fears by living purposefully and fully, for a "cause greater than yourself." It is about living each day for love, and facing eternity with the mysterious strength that comes from faith.^Drawing on stories of people he has known and counseled as pastor, relative, or friend, the author shows how suffering can be given meaning, and despair overcome. He offers the assurance that even today, in our culture of isolation and death, there is such a thing as hope.^Madeleine L'EngleJonathan Kozol, author, Amazing Grace^A beautiful book of surpassing dignity and tenderness...I hope it will be widely read, not only by those who call themselves religious...a small treasure, unpretentious and transcendent.^Benedick Groeschel, C.F.R. Archdiocese of New York^Engaging and challenging. I found myself saying "yes" chapter after chapter. A witness to the power of faith.^Dave & Jan Dravecky co-authors, When You Can't Come Back^The stories remind us that in confronting death we are not alone and that we truly have nothing to fear.^Paul Brand, M.D.^From start to finish it shines it hope! I want a copy beside my bed when my time comes.

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This best-selling volume addresses fears every human faces - vulnerability, illness, aging, and dying. Yet at its core this book is more about living than dying. Arnold says living for a cause greater than ourselves enables us to face eternity with the strength that comes from faith. Drawing on stories of people he has known and counseled as pastor, relative, or friend, Arnold shows how suffering can be given meaning, and despair overcome. He offers the assurance that even today, in our culture of isolation and death, there is hope. As you read, you'll meet individuals who lived life to the fullest by serving others.
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153 pages
- Publisher

I Tell You A Mystery addresses fears that every human faces -- fears of vulnerability illness, aging, and dying. Yet at its core this book is about overcoming these fears by living purposefully and fully, for a "cause greater than yourself." It is about living each day for love, and facing eternity with the mysterious strength that comes from faith.^Drawing on stories of people he has known and counseled as pastor, relative, or friend, the author shows how suffering can be given meaning, and despair overcome. He offers the assurance that even today, in our culture of isolation and death, there is such a thing as hope.^Madeleine L'EngleJonathan Kozol, author, Amazing Grace^A beautiful book of surpassing dignity and tenderness...I hope it will be widely read, not only by those who call themselves religious...a small treasure, unpretentious and transcendent.^Benedick Groeschel, C.F.R. Archdiocese of New York^Engaging and challenging. I found myself saying "yes" chapter after chapter. A witness to the power of faith.^Dave & Jan Dravecky co-authors, When You Can't Come Back^The stories remind us that in confronting death we are not alone and that we truly have nothing to fear.^Paul Brand, M.D.^From start to finish it shines it hope! I want a copy beside my bed when my time comes.
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Johann Christoph Arnold

Johann Christoph Arnold, senior elder of the Bruderhof, is author of "Be Not Afraid," "Escape Routes," and "Cries of the Heart." He lives in upstate New York

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