Marilyn Nutter experienced some of the worst pain a person
can feel when she lost her husband.
She knows the isolation, despair, and hopelessness that can
go through a woman’s mind when her life’s mate is taken away.
Based on the ordeal of her loss and her growth through the
healing process, Marilyn wrote Hope for Widows to encourage women as
they go through the cycles of grief.
You may not have gone through this life-altering circumstance
yourself but you probably know a woman who has. What better way to give her an
emotional boost than with a prescription for healing?
We can lift a friend or loved one out of despair by making
sure she is not alone in her grief. Yes, we do sometimes need our alone time to
be with God, pray, and read the Word. But we don’t want to forget about those
who grieve. Months or weeks down the road, we should keep these women on our
prayer list and find ways to encourage.
The important thing to remember is that we want our loved
ones to know they are not forgotten.
Hope for Widows is a resource that will continue to bless a hurting heart and is available to order now on Amazon.
As a widow herself you can bless Marilyn with the purchase
of this book. Perhaps you would consider buying multiple copies to have on hand
for gifts. Remember the holidays that can bring to mind loneliness such as
birthdays, anniversaries, and Mother’s Day for women who have lost their companion.
We can carry out the commands of the Lord by offering
kindness and encouragement to the members of our circle of friends and family
who need comfort.
You shall not afflict any widow or fatherless child. If
you afflict them in any way, and they cry at all to Me, I will surely hear
their cry. (Exodus 22:22-23 NKJV)
You can connect with Marilyn at marilynnutter.com
What are some ways you can find to encourage a widow you
know? Join the conversation.