I’ll Hold You In Heaven

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I’ll Hold You In Heaven by Jack Hayford

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What happened to my baby after he or she died?
Will I ever see my baby again–and will I recognize him?
What happens if I’ve had an abortion?
Does God have a reason for letting my child die?
How can I help a friend who’s experiencing grief?

With compassionate answers for your troubling questions, God’s Word shines with hope in the dark night of human pain. God showed His tenderness when David lost a child he had with Bathsheba. In his pain and grief, David spoke the word of revelation–the reassuring word of God’s truth–saying, “I will go to [my child] but he will not return to me” (2 Samuel 12:19-23).

As Pastor Jack Hayford says, “This isn’t myth, fable, legend or a selection of poetic thoughts for the sorrowful. This is truth to set us free. Here we are specifically freed to expect to meet children in heaven, to recognize them and to be with them.”

Let Jack Hayford show you the freeing truth of the Word of God and its promise that one day, like David, you will hold your child in heaven.

My Review:

This is a must read book for anyone who has suffered the loss of a baby through abortion, still birth, miscarriage, and early infant death such as SIDS. Hayford has written a book that I recommend to ALL readers and not just those who are bereaved parents. Did my baby have a soul? Yes, according to scripture at the moment of conception, that baby has a soul. Your baby, if you lost one, was planned by God. It’s comforting to know that our baby was born with a soul and delivered straight to heaven no matter the cause of your loss. Also comforting is the fact that your baby is like a toddler playing in heaven no matter when your loss happened. Maybe your baby was aborted as an embryo, yet you have a toddler in heaven. It is comforting to know one day we will hold our child in heaven and that we shall greet each other as our child, even though we did see them as a toddler due to early death. I give five stars. 

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One thought on “I’ll Hold You In Heaven

  1. I’ve heard of this book Mary, but never read it. Great review and yes its a comfort to know the babies are in Heaven waiting for me. I can see why this is a must read.

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