Jerry Sittser is a man who experienced tremendous and catastrophic loss when a single accident took away his wife, daughter and mother. The book, A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows through Loss, is Jerry Sittser’s search to find answers in the midst of sorrow and finding peace as he walked through the years that followed that tragedy. This book plumbs the depths of sorrow, whether due to illness, divorce, or the loss of someone we love. Jerry Sittser shares that the circumstances are not important; what we do with those circumstances is. A Grace Disguised is an easy-read, uplifting and encouraging book recommended for anyone dealing with loss as the author shows that there is hope in the midst of unspeakable pain and a way through the dark.
- “The author beautifully demonstrates grace and mercy in the midst of tragedy. Of all the books on grief, this one in specific helped more than any other. Since I read it, I have purchased at least a dozen more copies for others.” – Mike, Amazon Review
- “My therapist recommended this book. 3/4 of the way though the book, it says that believing that Jesus is the Son of God and died for my sins is the way to healing…” – K. Bowers, Amazon Review
- “I did not realize there was a religious content in the book, I am not religious but it gave me food for thought and let me explore the possibilities of faith. The book helped me gain insight to the process of grief and didn’t make me feel so alone and helped me to look at things with a different perspective.” – Apple, Amazon Review
- “When a beloved family member was sexually assaulted and murdered, my life was turned upside by grief and anger. It colored every aspect of my life. I felt as though I might go crazy. This was the first book that really helped me begin to resolve all the pain caused by the murder. This book was a life saver for me, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is struggling to make sense of suffering in their lives, especially grief.” – Anonymous, Amazon Review
- “The author has known grief in his own family, but rather than focus on just his own story, he tells us about God’s faithfulness in grief–not just “what happened” but “how it happens.” He offers hope in the midst of unspeakable pain,a way though the dark. I immediately bought ten copies and have already given them away.” – C. Taylor, Amazon Review