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When You Lose Someone You Love, by Richard Exley

When You Lose Someone You Love, by Richard Exley

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Published by David C Cook
This tender and compassionate compendium on grief, written as a series of letters between a pastor and a parishioner he seeks to comfort, has been updated and revised in this twentieth-anniversary edition.
This tender and compassionate compendium on grief, written as a series of letters between a pastor and a parishioner he seeks to comfort, has been updated and revised in this twentieth-anniversary edition.

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Published by: David C Cook on Aug 05, 2009
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No pain is greater than that which you experience following the death of someone you love. So often you are isolated with your sorrow. No one seems to understand what you are experiencing, and those who do are often at a loss for words.Quite frequently you are separated by long distances fromthose who would love and support you in your time of loss.
Please accept this small book, not as asubstitute for our presence, but as anexpression of our deepest love and continuingconcern for you in your time of grief.
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 What people are saying about …
When You Lose Someone You Love
“Written in Richard Exley’s inimitably compassionate style,this book goes right to the heart o the person struggling with the pain o loss. Written in the orm o letters to a grie-stricken riend, Exley combines his personal journey throughsorrow with Scripture, poetry, and empathetic advice. I can-not count the number o copies I have given, nor can I beginto recall all the stories rom people who have ound comortand hope in these pages. Tis book is a must-read or those who are coping with the morass o sorrow, as well as or those who are ministering comort to the grieving.
Evelyn H. Looper,
counselor,educator, and minister“I have known Richard Exley personally or over a decadeand do not know o another person who oozes with thecompassionate love o God more than he. Richard lives tocomort others, and his writings certainly reect that act.”
Max Davis,
author o 
Luke’s Passage 
and
Desperate Dependence 

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