Grieving From God’s Perspective

Natalie Grant sings a song written by Krista Wells called “Held.” The song is about a family who loses a child just a few months old. Toward the end of the song, the writer delivers this exhortation: “Can we not wait for one hour, watching for our Savior...

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His Strength is Perfect

If I tell you that grief is a season, like I’ve done the last few weeks, you would probably say – not mine… This feels like it will never end. Grief is a different kind of journey – so different from any season – no matter what ki...

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A Season of Grief

I posed these three questions with the Scripture on Monday: . *How do you understand this verse of Scripture? . * Do you realize that God appoints season of weeping and mourning in our lives?. * Does it comfort you to realize that weeping brings laughter and m...

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Tuesday’s In Other Words: His Comfort For Us

. “To ease another’s heartache is to forget one’s own. ” ~Abraham Lincoln~ What does this look like in your life?. Has someone been there for you? Stepped up and stood up in your hour of need. I have been on the receiving and the giving end of this nob...

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Book Review: The Shack

Click on the picture for more information about this book! .I’m reading The Shack by William P. Young. For those of you grieving the loss of any sort, the questions that arise from that pain and the sometimes disjointed and disconnected feelings we have ...

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