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When the One You Love is Gone

Rebekah L Miles
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When the One You Love is Gone
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When the One You Love is Gone

Rebekah L Miles

When a loved one dies, you don???t get over it, but you can move on.??
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When a loved one dies, you don???t get over it, but you can move on.??
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^The bad news is that we never fully ???get over??? the loss of those we hold most dear; we bear those scars to the grave.??The good news is that God is at work in us turning our loss and pain into something beautiful. God can take the scars and the mess and the heartache of our lives-- yours and mine--?? and use it to give new life, new life to us and new life to others.??????
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^God is not in the business of zapping our loved ones and stealing them away from us. But in a world where death waits for every person, God stands ready. God stands ready to receive our beloved dead as they cross over; and God stands ready to guide us through the saddest days, to walk with us through our grief, and to take us into places we never could have imagined places of hope and renewal.??If God could take a cross and broken body and make of them redemption, God can take your pain and heartache and fashion them into new life.????
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^This book is composed of the reflections that point to broader lessons that will help those who find themselves passing through grief, as well as the pastors, counselors, and friends whose job is to accompany the traveler.
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When a loved one dies, you don???t get over it, but you can move on.??
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When a loved one dies, you don???t get over it, but you can move on.??
^
When a loved one dies, you don???t get over it, but you can move on.??
^
^The bad news is that we never fully ???get over??? the loss of those we hold most dear; we bear those scars to the grave.??The good news is that God is at work in us turning our loss and pain into something beautiful. God can take the scars and the mess and the heartache of our lives-- yours and mine--?? and use it to give new life, new life to us and new life to others.??????
^
^God is not in the business of zapping our loved ones and stealing them away from us. But in a world where death waits for every person, God stands ready. God stands ready to receive our beloved dead as they cross over; and God stands ready to guide us through the saddest days, to walk with us through our grief, and to take us into places we never could have imagined places of hope and renewal.??If God could take a cross and broken body and make of them redemption, God can take your pain and heartache and fashion them into new life.????
^
^This book is composed of the reflections that point to broader lessons that will help those who find themselves passing through grief, as well as the pastors, counselors, and friends whose job is to accompany the traveler.
^
^
When a loved one dies, you don???t get over it, but you can move on.??
^

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When a loved one dies, you don't get over it, but you can move on.

The bad news is that we never fully "get over" the loss of those we hold most dear; we bear those scars to the grave. The good news is that God is at work in us turning our loss and pain into something beautiful. God can take the scars and the mess and the heartache of our lives-- yours and mine--­ and use it to give new life, new life to us and new life to others.

God is not in the business of zapping our loved ones and stealing them away from us. But in a world where death waits for every person, God stands ready. God stands ready to receive our beloved dead as they cross over; and God stands ready to guide us through the saddest days, to walk with us through our grief, and to take us into places we never could have imagined places of hope and renewal. If God could take a cross and broken body and make of them redemption, God can take your pain and heartache and fashion them into new life.

This book is composed of the reflections that point to broader lessons that will help those who find themselves passing through grief, as well as the pastors, counselors, and friends whose job is to accompany the traveler.


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Meet the Author

Rebekah L Miles

Rebekah Miles is Associate Professor of Ethics at the PerkinRebekah Miles is Associate Professor of Ethics at the Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. She is s School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. She is the author of a number of books including The Bonds of Freedthe author of a number of books including The Bonds of Freedom: Feminist Theology and Christian Realism and The Pastor aom: Feminist Theology and Christian Realism and The Pastor as Moral Guide. s Moral Guide.

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