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Becoming a Stretcher Bearer

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People who hurt are people on stretchers. To hurt is bad enough, but to hurt alone destroys people physically, mentally and spiritually.
Paperback, 184 pages
Published September 1st 1989 by Regal Books
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Cheryl
The title is a reference to the Biblical story of those who carried the paralytic to Jesus. The story is in Mark 2:1-12.

This book has long been a favorite and since it isn't hardback, the poor book is falling apart, yet I can't bear to throw it away. It continues to remind me of what is important.
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Michael Slater is Emeritus Professor of Victorian Literature at Birkbeck College, University of London, past President of the International Dickens Fellowship and of the Dickens Society of America, and former editor of the journal The Dickensian. He has taught and continues to lecture widely in the USA, across Europe, Australasia and the Far East.

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