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To Live Again
To Live Again
Author: Catherine Marshall
By the enormously popular bestselling author of "Christy," "A Man Called Peter," "Beyond Ourselves," and many other important books, "To Live Again" is the intimate story of Catherine Marshall's victory of faith over grief and love over lonliness. In her account of how she began to live again, there are answers for every man and woman who has e...  more »
ISBN: 43192
Pages: 336

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Publisher: Spire Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Catherine Marshall's writings live on with mean no matter how many years past. In this book she very openly shares from her heart her struggle to keep her faith and have victory of the the grief of losing her husband she was so very close to, and over the loneliness she experienced. She shares how she was able to begin to live again. There are answers for every man and woman who has ever shared her sorrows. A comforting and inspiring book.
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A great book to deal with loss. Very inspiring and uplifting.
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To Live Again by Catherine Marshall is an inspiring account of a widow's recovery after the death of her husband. Ms. Marshall was married to Peter Marshall, the Congressional chaplain who died suddenly of a heart attack. While interesting for anyone, it is a must read for those who have recently lost a loved one, feels as though absolutely nobody could understand their level of grief, feelings of loss and utter despair. This book helped me know that others truely did go through what I did when my fiance died. There was someone who, not only understood, but was able to articulate the innermost thoughts and feelings that seemed so unique. Since then, I've given copies of the book to other women who, I felt, might benefit from reading it. One lady kept it on her nightstand next to her Bible, picked it up whenever she needed, and turned to any page where she found a passage that helped her feel better.The book is definitely a 5-star!