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HOMEWARD BOUND PB

HOMEWARD BOUND PB
The concept of dying well has been very real to Ed Hartman since August 1995. Hartman was studying at Westminster Theological Seminary , Ca...
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9781857926828
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Publisher: CHRISTIAN FOCUS PUBLICATIONS
Author: HARTMAN EDWARD
 
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The concept of dying well has been very real to Ed Hartman since August 1995. Hartman was studying at Westminster Theological Seminary , California and had just discovered a treatise by the Puritan author William Perkins on the 'Right Manner Of Dying Well'. This discovery was no accident, as it was a matter of minutes later that Ed discovered that his wife, the mother of their 4 children, was not at all well. Amy Hartman was diagnosed with a brain tumour, which after 6 months of much prayer, and great heartache, proved to be terminal. With this traumatic experience behind him, Hartman deals with the topic of preparing your life, and the life of those you love, for death in a practical and thoroughly Christ-centred manner. Hartman looks at our most important relationships, with God, with our spouses, with our family and with those around us. He shares with us the advice of Perkins and other Puritans who lived in a time that had a much healthier attitude towards, and much closer relationship with, death. He concludes that the primary aim of those sincerely desiring to die well, must be to have Christ at the centre of everything - and that true devotion to Christ comes only through our relationship with him.
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