LEES SUMMIT, Mo., Feb. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “The Last Enemy”: a compelling book about coping and handling his wife’s death with hope in Christ as well as ways on how to console a widow or widower. “The Last Enemy” is the creation of published author, Keith O. Gingrich, a widower after forty-three years of wonderful marriage who works in two senior citizen communities where death, loss, and grief are common experiences.
Gingrich shares, “Grief imposes itself on every fiber of the human’s being: mind, body, soul, and spirit. A physical fatigue will be experienced causing a person to wonder, “Why am I so tired when I haven’t been involved with any physical labor?” Without warning melancholy, the “blues,” depression, and a desire to withdraw from society can engulf a person. You must seek God in the early days of bereavement if you are to have the strength needed to carry you through. You must live one day at a time. You cannot look into the future. The future holds too many unanswerable questions, too many major changes, “Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof.” Major life changes must be postponed and approached with caution and counsel.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Keith O. Gingrich’s new book is an honestly written work that narrates the great amount of pain and sorrow he has felt over the death of his wife, and at the same time, provides a relevant guide for those who want to comfort or console someone who has lost a loved one.
Gingrich tackles death in a realistic way, emphasizing its irreversibility and its traumatizing effects on the individuals who are left by their loved ones on earth. He is an example of coping over a loss with God-given hope, and this book is clearly a product of his hopeful heart.
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Consumers can purchase “The Last Enemy” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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