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- Print Length: 44 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1520784996
- Publication Date: March 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XG76VN8
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Life Sucks Seek God: 5 soul-healing habits to connect you with God when life seems out of control. Kindle Edition
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Hagler has laid out some great advice, and his experiences have come at a price. Losing his wife of 21+ years and walking her through her own death has forged something strong and raw in Ken, something we can all learn from.
My own mother just passed away last month. She is survived by my father. This is the main reason I was instantly drawn to Ken’s story. In hopes that something would be of solace to my family, particularly my own dad, was reason enough to grab this book. And I’m glad that I did.
Here are some truths that I find helpful through my own valley of suck:
-“Knowing God and seeking God helps you survive.”
-“God does not throw us into the deep end and leave us to our own devices (and suffering).”
-“You won't get to know God without making time to engage and create spiritual habits.”
-“Don't be a politician. Be a human who can admit he changed his mind."
-“I love God and believe God is going to work this for good. But it does not mean it all happens on the same day.”
-“When we start seeking God, it can begin the healing process.”
I found many connections with Hagler, namely the loss of my left eye to his right, my dad losing his wife (my mother) of 31+ years after her 20-month battle with brain cancer just as Ken’s wife of 21+ years died of a 20-month battle with colon cancer.
I love how it doesn’t feel like a sermon from some distant theologian, but rather an honest approach to the crappiness that we all may face at some point in life.
After reading through the digital version, I ordered a paperback for my dad. It’s great quality and worth having on hand.
Overall a great short read with some very poignant messages.
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to be written, but I am absolutely awed by the fact that Ken Hagler can take the time to minister to...Read more