Reflections of Hope Amidst the Grief
Do you want a glimmer of hope in the face of loss? Discover these reflections that can bring you comfort during your time of mourning.
Are you dealing with the loss of someone you love? Do you have the desire to seek God in the shadow of grief? Are you looking for encouragement and a boost in your faith? Kimberley Payne’s life with her granddaughter was cut short by her sudden death at seven months old. Here she shares her honest journey through overwhelming loss and the hope to be found in God’s promise that death is not the end.
Until Heaven is a book of 26 stories and poems from the journey through the first few years of deep sorrow after the death of Kimberley’s grandbaby.
Kimberley processes her loss through writing and shares from scripture and her own story and how her faith helped. By reading these reflections you’ll be feeling encouraged in your grief and strengthened in your faith.
In Until Heaven, you’ll discover:
- Reflections that will speak to those facing heartbreak and pain
- Hope that death is not the end and you will see your departed loved ones again
- Real-time reflections from the first few years of grief
- Faith lessons about heaven, our eternal home
- Reminders of teachings from the Bible without being preachy
Until Heaven is an authentic devotional that will ignite your imagination and make you long for heaven.
If you like stories that offer a glimmer of hope then you’ll love this book of reflections that will offer comfort in times of sorrow. Buy Until Heaven to help you grieve with hope today!
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by Ed Hird
Kimberly is honest and shows vulnerability toward her grief. I admire her honesty and strength, It is for anyone facing losing someone. Great book.
by Linda Klager
Even though this was a small book, it was great! I read it quickly. I give it 5 stars because of all of God’s Holy Word that was quoted within it.
The book was full of wonderful Scripture from the Holy Bible. The beginning of each chapter was beautifully illustrated with a new verse. I liked the font that was used for these verses.
The author covered the grief she felt very well. She used all the senses to paint such a visual picture! She could even wonder what this child would look like at age 17. I appreciate the time she took to describe her journey, and this book will surely help others when they grieve the sudden loss of an infant. “Time doesn’t heal wounds,” and she used that quote in her book.
The author was a grandmother, and the loss of that infant was so grievous. It was hard for this woman to live without this child. When she and her daughter were finally able to go back to church, they really struggled.
Many friends consoled this family. That was such a blessing for them. Though the path is difficult, there is also hope for the future.