God’s Healing in Grief. 

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God’s Healing in Grief – An Inductive Study

AUTHORS: Ron and Kathleen Duncan

Have you lost a loved one? The pain and grief run deep, and you wonder how you’re ever going to make it. Everywhere you go, and everything you see, is a constant reminder that your life will never be the same. You feel broken, helpless, and you’ve lost hope.

You need healing for your heart and healing in your grief.

God’s Healing in Grief is an Inductive Bible Study written to help you discover answers from God’s Word about grief:

  • What “comfort” can I expect from the Lord and how do I get it?
  • How can I possibly find joy and peace when my child, spouse, or parent is dead?
  • How can we truly heal when nothing can go back to “the way it was” before they died?

This 18-lesson study contains Bible study activities to help you learn Truth straight from the Bible. It’s designed for you to come to a place of healing by studying for yourself what Scripture says about these important topics. The lessons learned in this study will help gently bring you to the solid foundation of Christ and the true comfort found only in God and His Word.

In His Sermon on the Mount, Jesus said, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4). By studying God’s Healing in Grief, you will learn how only God can truly heal a broken heart.

Please see also the companion journal to accompany this study. Buy the book and companion journal together and save. Add both to your cart and apply promo code GRFCOMBO at checkout!

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13 thoughts on “God’s Healing in Grief. 

  1. A friend gave me this book after the loss of our 4 year old grandson in a tragic freak accident. As a grandparent the heartbreak is doubled because we have to see our son and his wife hurting so terribly much. I am buying several more copies and hope to do a study with my Daughter in law and a neighbor who lost a child from SIDS. Thank you for sharing your story.

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