Gone but Not Lost

David W. Wiersbe

All of us anticipate our dad and mom to precede us in loss of life. Nobody expects to need to make their kid’s funeral preparations. And the loss of a kid brings with it a particular and protracted manifestation of grief that may really feel “like a stomachache that by no means ends.”

Gone however Not Misplaced is a considerate present for a household that has skilled the loss of life of a kid. Every of its transient chapters covers one factor of grieving, bringing readers by way of sorrow and serving to them take care of emotions of anger or guilt, in addition to the marital pressure which will observe the lack of a beloved youngster.