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To Live Again

by Catherine Marshall

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For more than forty years To Live Again has been treasured by readers as a true story of divine comfort, human love, and spiritual adventure. It's the intimate account of Catherine Marshall's triumph of faith over grief and love over loneliness. Catherine candidly shares the frustrations, anger, confusion, and "soreness of heart" that she experienced after the death of her husband, Peter. As a young widow and single mother, she felt so vulnerable--without love, strength, or financial resources. Yet she confronted her grief with a powerful faith in the goodness of God, and her journey provides inspiring answers for those wrestling with loss, as well as for everyone who seeks to live with wisdom and courage.… (more)
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  pastorroy | May 21, 2013 |
Very good story of how a widow deals with the sudden death of her husband. ( )
  hredwards | Nov 20, 2006 |
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On the gray morning of January 25, 1949, my world caved in.
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For more than forty years To Live Again has been treasured by readers as a true story of divine comfort, human love, and spiritual adventure. It's the intimate account of Catherine Marshall's triumph of faith over grief and love over loneliness. Catherine candidly shares the frustrations, anger, confusion, and "soreness of heart" that she experienced after the death of her husband, Peter. As a young widow and single mother, she felt so vulnerable--without love, strength, or financial resources. Yet she confronted her grief with a powerful faith in the goodness of God, and her journey provides inspiring answers for those wrestling with loss, as well as for everyone who seeks to live with wisdom and courage.

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