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    A Loved One Dies

    Paul Beasley-Murray / Baptist Union of Great Britain
    (Book) Product code: BU913
    393 in stock
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    The death of a greatly loved member of the family or a close friend is always a difficult time. Many different emotions will be stirred including denial, despair, anger and guilt, alongside the sense of loss and possible loneliness.

    A Loved One Dies provides a concise guide to help anyone in this situation. Paul Beasley-Murray draws on his extensive practise as a minister, as well as his personal experience of loss, to provide clear thoughts to help with the first stages of coming to terms with bereavement. He provides good down to earth advice on how to arrange a funeral service and the many other practical matters that arise after a death.

    Equally importantly, he provides clear thoughts on the Christian understanding of death to help the bereaved discover hope, where at first, there is only sadness.

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