A12 to Heaven Paperback
Can Anyone Help in the Darkest Hour?
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A12 to Heaven
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The early morning news of five people killed by a drunk driver shocked a community. Among the casualties were two teenage daughters from a Christian family. Yet as the parents made their terrible journey on the A12 towards the hospital, they discovered they were not travelling alone.
Within the agony of loss, the Lord began to comfort them with powerful experiences and in the year that followed, Phil kept an internet diary that told of extraordinary encounters and insights into the person of Jesus and life beyond death. As he writes, “In those days I cried and trembled more with the intensity of his kindness and beauty than I did with the agony of grief.”
This is a must-read book for anyone who is searching for meaning or suffers from experiencing tragedy. As Phil says, “It is only light that can drive away darkness and this light is found only in the kindness revealed by God through Jesus.”
“Their faith also gave them the strength to forgive the man who had killed their daughters something that would be beyond most of us, I suspect. But how much better than being eaten away by anger and bitterness for the rest of their lives.” John Humphrys, Author and BBC Television Broadcaster.
“One of the most profoundly uplifting books I’ve read.” Sarah Deriaz, Bereaved Parents Network, Care UK.
A12 to Heaven by Phil Stoddart was published by Last Word Publications in July 2008 and is our 41984th best seller. The ISBN for A12 to Heaven is 9780955943904.
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|Page last updated||4th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Phil Stoddart|
|Publisher||Last Word Publications (July 2008)|
|Number of Pages||288|