About This Book
Suffering, sickness, and death are very real. From the morning we’re hatched from the womb, till the night we’re dispatched to the tomb, our lives are matched with pain and grief. But we ought not despair when our days are dark or when we bid farewell to loved ones! Good night shouldn’t be goodbye, for there’ll be a good morning.
There is coming a day,
When no heart aches shall come,
No more clouds in the sky,
No more tears to dim the eye,
All is peace forever more,
On that happy golden shore,
What a day, glorious day that will be.
The book—Good Night—speaks hope to hearts that are burdened. It offers comfort to those who are grief-stricken on account of suffering, sickness, or death—whether the anguish of adversity is their own or that of those near and dear to them.
Written against the backdrop of the real-life experiences of people whose situations mirror our own, Good Night insightfully explains why a loving God sometimes permits His children to suffer so much pain. And why He seems not to hear—or care—when we cry out to Him.
Good Night will encourage in times of sorrow and despair, for it is authored by one who himself has experienced the soreness of trials and temptations, the deep wounds of failures and betrayals, and the cruelty of sickness and death. This life-changing book assures us that, with Christ, the laments of our dreaded “Good Night” can be replaced by the songs of the “Good Morning!” Morning, not mourning!
“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away” (Revelation 21:4)