The Way Back from Loss

The Way Back from Loss

Reassembling the Pieces of a Broken Life

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Filled with powerful messages, quotes, and scriptures, this practical and inspirational sixty-day devotional will encourage and comfort you after you have suffered a loss of any kind.

Loss comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether it is the loss of a job, a relationship, or a loved one, the pain associated with loss takes time to overcome. No matter where you are in the grieving process, Pastor Wayne Hastings’s The Way Back From Loss provides you with the comfort and encouragement you need to move on with your life.

This sixty-day devotional is divided into five sections that show you how to trust in God’s constant presence, let go of blame and regret, and discover that disappointments sometimes lead to the greatest opportunities.

Each of Pastor Wayne’s devotions will draw you in through an opening quote, a pertinent Bible verse, an inspirational message, an uplifting insight, guidance for prayer, and suggestions for motivating life choices.

Recovering from a loss is difficult, and each individual reacts differently, but The Way Back From Loss provides solace in knowing you are not alone. Sixty days with these messages of hope and inspiration, and you will be well on your way to a brighter tomorrow.
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  • Howard Books | 
  • 272 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781476716985 | 
  • July 2014
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The Way Back from Loss INTRODUCTION
The experience of loss often involves intense emotions, pain, confusion, guilt, and even a sense of abandonment and fear. It’s not an easy time. Most often it’s the result of adverse life events, and it comes at unexpected times.

William Shakespeare summed up what many feel about loss when he wrote:

Clear wells spring not, sweet birds sing not,

Green plants bring not forth their dye;

Herds stand weeping, flocks all sleeping,

Nymphs back... see more
The Way Back from Loss Day 1

CROSSING THE RIVER
It’s about shifting from “trust” as a noun to “trust” as a verb.1

—Stephen R. Covey

Today’s Verse: You enlarged my path under me; so my feet did not slip (2 Samuel 22:37 NKJV).

We are like people who are crossing a rushing river. We can’t see the other side, but we know we need to get there. In... see more

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