Left by Jonathan Edwards
The Struggle to Make Sense of Life When a Parent Leaves

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Nothing hurts like the abandonment of a parent. In Left, Jonathan Edwards writes a raw and riveting reflection on his life as an abandoned child. What should you do when you are left by a parent? This book is brutally honest, but it provides hope for anyone struggling with the absence of a parent. For those who do not know this pain, Left provides a window into the lives of others. Abandonment always leaves scars, but Jesus heals. And He will never leave you.
 

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Published July 7, 2016 by Rainer Publishing. 198 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.

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But he was brought to the place of clinging to the truth that God the Father is the only father who never leaves.

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