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O love that wilt not let me go

O love that wilt not let me go
Facing death with courageous confidence in God For many modern-day Christians, death has become what J. I. Packer terms 'the great unmentionable'. This attitude denies not only the reality of the human condition, but also the reality of Gods promises for believers beyond this life. The church needs to think more about death in the light of the gospel.
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Publisher: IVP
Author: Guthrie Nancy
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This compilation, edited by Nancy Guthrie, includes the writings of twenty-two classic and contemporary theologians and Bible teachers on how to prepare to die in faith. The short meditations are drawn from sermons, books and the writings of classic theologians, such as Jonathan Edwards and John Calvin, and of leading contemporary communicators, such as John Piper, Tim Keller, J. I. Packer and others. The writers provide a solidly scriptural and countercultural way to view the inevitability of death, explaining how and why believers can face physical death with hope, joy and confidence in Gods promises for the life to come.
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