Remember: ..the Things That Matter When Hope is Hard to Find
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Rhonda Watson models how to remember God during times of physical suffering. Packed full of poetry, songs and Bible quotes, this beautiful devotional guide helps readers face failing physical powers with honesty, and focus on the character of God, the source of our hope.
Diagnosed in 2008 with Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Rhonda Watson is rapidly losing her speech, mobility and other physical functions. In desperation she turned to the only true source of hope and comfort - God.
This honest and powerful book helps fellow-sufferers recall in times of trouble the character of God - who walks with us along the path of suffering and holds us in our pain. Choosing not to focus on her own debilitating condition, Rhonda provides devotions and reflections which have helped her, and will encourage the reader to hold on to trust in Jesus. With space for journaling, this book is ideal for anyone coping with disability and failing physical powers.
'As a chronically ill, disabled person I found this book authentic, helpful, encouraging and challenging. I warmly recommend it to anyone who is suffering.'
- Dr Emily Ackerman, author of A Time to Care
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