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I believe I received a minimum of 10 books after losing Lezlie.

TEN. I probably read, all the way through, one.

I started to read them and couldn't. Why? I just did not feel like they would help. I did not feel like this was real. I did not feel like any of it had anything to do with me.

I went to a therapist and she recommended a book called Good Grief. I read it, in a day. I realized, that book made sense. Anyone grieving needs to read it.

Also, read Roses in December. I finally finished it and it made sense. After all, once you read that one, you will be amazed at who all has faith and how they keep it.

Why was a book written by Anne Graham Lotz, amazon has it and I truly believe anyone experiencing any type of heartache/break, read it.

Roses in December was a book written by Marilyn Willett Heavlin, read it if you have lost a child and you will truly be amazed.

Faith. Faith is hard to keep. It is a lot like trust and we all know they are easy to lose and hard to gain.

To me, keeping my faith after losing a child has been hard. It is probably the hardest think I have ever had to do but, there is a book that will help you far more than any other and, it is a BIBLE. There is scripture for everything/anything you have been through/facing.

If you haven't searched the Bible for help, do it. You should also check out those books I mentioned, I just wish I would have read one of them sooner.

2 Corinthians 5:7 "For we walk by faith, not by sight...."

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The righteous perish, and no one takes it to heart;  the devout are taken away, and no one understands that the righteous are taken away to be spared from evil.  Those who walk uprightly enter into peace, they find rest as they lie in death.

Isaiah 57:1-2

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