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The View from a Hearse af Joseph Bayly
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Three of Joseph Bayly's seven children died at young ages. He was intimately acquainted with the pain of death and was all too familiar with what he once called this enemy's "grim violence." But he was even more intimately acquainted with the One who conquered that enemy forever.The View from a Hearse is Joe's simple, helpful meditation on death and grieving. He wrote it for those facing the death of a loved one, those still in the throes of grief, and for those preparing to die. Joe knew that peace with death doesn't come from understanding everything that happens to us, but in knowing the God who is in control of everything.He wrote this little book to show that God has not promised His children an easy death or deathbed visions of glory. What He has promised is an open door beyond.… (mere)
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Titel:The View from a Hearse
Forfattere:Joseph Bayly (Forfatter)
Info:David C Cook (1977), 121 pages
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All mankind is of one Author, and is one volume; when one Man dies, one Chapter is not torne out of the booke, but translated into a better language; and every Chapter must be so translated. God emploies several translators: some peeces are translated by age, some by sicknesse, some by warre, some by justice; but Gods hand is in every transation; and his hand shall binde up all our scattered leaves againe, for that Librarie where every booke shall lie open to one another.

---John Donne (1573--1631)
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To the memory
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DANNY, JOHN, and JOE
who introduced us
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--its tragedy, its glory
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[Foreword] Sometimes ghosts are silent, preferring to hide themselves.
[Editor's Preface] This edition of Joe Bayly's View from a Hearse is, in some ways, closer to the first edition of 1969 than the expanded version of 1973.
The hearse began its grievous journey many thousand years ago, as a litter made of saplings.
Each spring the road that goes north from our home in Illinois has a succession of animals that have been struck by automobiles.
[Epilogue] The hearse has come and gone.
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Three of Joseph Bayly's seven children died at young ages. He was intimately acquainted with the pain of death and was all too familiar with what he once called this enemy's "grim violence." But he was even more intimately acquainted with the One who conquered that enemy forever.The View from a Hearse is Joe's simple, helpful meditation on death and grieving. He wrote it for those facing the death of a loved one, those still in the throes of grief, and for those preparing to die. Joe knew that peace with death doesn't come from understanding everything that happens to us, but in knowing the God who is in control of everything.He wrote this little book to show that God has not promised His children an easy death or deathbed visions of glory. What He has promised is an open door beyond.

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