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by Donna L. Eubank

eBook For the Love of Ryan:  Why Heaven Had to Wait download ISBN: 0965178390
Author: Donna L. Eubank
Publisher: Vision Publishing (October 25, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 212
ePub: 1548 kb
Fb2: 1533 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Leaders and Notable People

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Book Overview "No, I'm going to wait about fifteen more minutes," she told herself, not . This book is truly inspirational and emotionally charged

At first Donna Eubank tried to ignore the prompting to get in the family car and pick up her husband and five-year-old son. It was getting dark and they were biking home from a convenience store about a mile or so away. This book is truly inspirational and emotionally charged. I am amazed by the incredible faith, courage, and strength of Donna and her family.

Why Heaven Had to Wait. Published October 25, 2004 by Vision Publishing. There's no description for this book yet.

DIAL BOOKS an imprint of Penguin Group (USA) Inc. DIAL BOOKS. An imprint of Penguin Group (USA) Inc. · Published by The Penguin Group. She stood stock-still, waiting, praying that the sound had been just her imagination. Her brain betrayed her a lot lately. With a sob, she realized that part of her wished for the option she wouldn’t have dreamed of choosing before she played the game, just so the horror, what had become her reality, would end. His hand popped out of his right pocket, clutching a camera, tiny and black, like a cute little bug. She exhaled and choked back a sob.

You’ll be a better person for having read this book. I was about to take antidepressants to stop my spiral downward-then I was handed Why Wait to Be Great?

You’ll be a better person for having read this book. Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager and Great Leaders Grow. I was about to take antidepressants to stop my spiral downward-then I was handed Why Wait to Be Great? I feel so empowered. It was like it was written just for me and everything I was going through. Ishbel MacConnachie, Director of Studies, GoodStart Training College. Possibly the best book I have read on overcoming depression, lethargy, negative self-talk, and more. Every high school student should be given a copy when he or she leaves school-skills for life

There is much speculation about who Satan is and why he was cast out of heaven. The bible is your best resource for the answers to your questions. com site cites the bible in many places.

There is much speculation about who Satan is and why he was cast out of heaven. Answers vary from very simple to extremely complex, but the most important aspect of the entire issue has to do with sin. Most of the answers have to do with pride and wanting to be equal to God. He was an angel who grew jealous. Satan or Lucifer created sin. God is incapable of being around sin because he is complete perfection.

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Wait for Me II Lyrics. The dog you really got to dread Is the one that howls inside your head. It's him whose howling drives men mad And a mind to its undoing. You think they’ll make it? I don’t know.

The story of strength and belief of a mother who had trust in her faith.
Comments: (2)
Chuynopana
This is, without a doubt, one of the most convicting, beautiful, touching, troubling, heart-wrenching, wonderful, tear-jerking, soul-filled books I have ever had the great privilege to read. But least I stand before false colors, I couldn't read it one sitting. I just couldn't handle the spiritual and emotional assault it handed me page after page. Typically, I would read a chapter or two or three, depending on how much I could take, or what kind of shape my tear ducts were in, and then put the book down only to return later and do it all over again.

The one word I would use that best describes this book to me is "raw." It is not so much a story as it is a diary containing the deepest thoughts and prayers of a mother whose child had been run down on his new bike by a drunk driver in the summer of 1984. It was a hit and run that left her husband injured as well, but he quickly recovered to join her on an eight and one half year journey that is the absolute proof that God is alive and well in the world and that He is in charge and will help direct your life if you'll only ask Him.

Eubank shares the many Scriptures that she clung to during her journey with Ryan through comas and seizures, learning how to understand his nonverbal communication and deal with the cruelty of people who would stare at him in his wheelchair. "How dare you take him out in public?" one completely ignorant man challenged her in the Carlsbad, California, mall, where she had taken Ryan to find stimulation for his severely damaged brain. One the other side of the coin, however, were the beautiful people who shared their lives and talents to work with the family and with Ryan. Nurses, therapists, doctors, relatives and friends from church did their best to help the family care for Ryan at home and bring some sense of "normalcy" to his little brother.

The beauty in this book from Vision Publishing is found in its simplicity. The language is straight from a mother's heart with no attempt to do anything other than to share the reality that parents should never have to bury their children.

There is a depth to this book that is hard to define, a beauty difficult to describe. The way Eubank explains the way she was able to communicate with her son and hear the still small voice of her Lord was riveting. I can honestly say this is a book that I will never forget and one that every parent should read. Some books leave an imprint on your mind. This is a book about a little boy and his mom that will leave an indelible mark on your heart, one that you'll never, ever want to go away.

[This review by Paul McShane was taken from the October 2004 issue of Good News, etc.]
BlessСhild
This book is truly inspirational and emotionally charged. I am amazed by the incredible faith, courage, and strength of Donna and her family. I literally sobbed more than one time reading this book and recommend it to those needing some spiritual healing.