An exploration of identity and faith, Seeing Through the Fog invites readers to a vibrant life, an expectant life, a life of joy in each new morning. Pastor Ed Dobson has spent his life preaching sermons, but this book is not a sermon. He has spent more than ten years with a debilitating illness, but this book is not about grief. He has found joy in the midst of sorrow, but this book is not about looking on the bright side. Seeing Through the Fog is about living well when you realize you can't live forever. It is about having gratitude for each sunrise, birthday, and moment of knowing God more. It is about holding hope when circumstances hold pain. With stories, wisdom and unique content distinct from the popular film series about Ed, Seeing Through the Fog will encourage readers in their own difficulties and give them hope for their future.
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by Ed Welch
by Dr. James Dobson
by Ed Vere
by Ed Lin
by Ed McBain
"Arthur Morey delivers Pastor Ed Dobson's memoir of his struggle with Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS). With sensitivity Morey relates Dobson's story of faith, forgiveness, and emotional honesty. Morey even uses subtle humor as Dobson recounts trying to live like a Jew for a year and and then trying to think like Jesus with the gospel as his guide. However, it's when Dobson literally obeys the teachings of Christ that he is blessed with thankfulness and gratitude in spite of his ALS. Morey's powerful portrayal of how Dobson finds hope in forgiveness and courage and faith in his struggles with a debilitating terminal illness will inspire listeners. Morey portrays a life of joy, lived well when the end is near. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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