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Embrace The Grace
Letter to Edward . .
Grief-Healing
Letter to Gary . .
Burnt Barley
Letter to Sean . .
Mourning to Ministry
Letter to Theda . .
Wait on the Lord
Letter to Allie . .
Stop Looking Back
Letter to Myra . .
Forgiveness
Letter to Catherine . .
Submerged In Mercy
Letter to Bryan . .
Acceptance
Letter to Rhonda . .
The Spared Blessing
A Letter to you . .
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Burnt Barley. . .Spared Blessing

Burnt Barley. . .Spared Blessing

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In this thoughtful book, Lillie Stringer describes the poignant agony she felt after the death of her son. During this time, God gave her a personal message that was the key to unlocking a ministry to other grieving parents. “I burnt the barley, but I spared the blessing” was a cloudy message that was clearly revealed in God‘s time. Yes, the barley was burned…her son was gone, but God promised a blessing in spite of this tragedy. Lillie’s is a message of inspiration and compassion for those who mourn. The emotional scars that this kind of experience can impose upon parents who bury their children can subject them to empty, futile attempts to seek solace in the wrong places. Her desire is that God will diminish sorrows and fully equip those who mourn for recovery by giving a new and living hope. This hope has already been signed, sealed, and delivered by the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This book contains a collection of letters and personal insights in which Lillie shares divine comfort with those who mourn.
In this thoughtful book, Lillie Stringer describes the poignant agony she felt after the death of her son. During this time, God gave her a personal message that was the key to unlocking a ministry to other grieving parents. “I burnt the barley, but I spared the blessing” was a cloudy message that was clearly revealed in God‘s time. Yes, the barley was burned…her son was gone, but God promised a blessing in spite of this tragedy. Lillie’s is a message of inspiration and compassion for those who mourn. The emotional scars that this kind of experience can impose upon parents who bury their children can subject them to empty, futile attempts to seek solace in the wrong places. Her desire is that God will diminish sorrows and fully equip those who mourn for recovery by giving a new and living hope. This hope has already been signed, sealed, and delivered by the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This book contains a collection of letters and personal insights in which Lillie shares divine comfort with those who mourn.

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