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- Grieving God's Way: The Path to Lasting Hope and Healing
Every decision we make is predicated either on honoring God or serving self. As citizens are accountable to the law of the land, every soul is answerable to God for the choices made along the way. Death and taxes are tossed into the mix with a smirk. We may avoid taxes if we can find enough loopholes. We can even break the law and evade them. But we cannot bypass the day we cross over to the other side. We all arrived naked and helpless.
All that we were in our physical bodies, and all that we would achieve in those bodies, were gifts from the Father. And the winner in life is not the person who dies with the most toys. We arrive paupers and we depart paupers. Yet as disciples of Jesus we are the most gifted of all creation. No palace on this earth could ever compare with the glories of everlasting life. The habitation of Heaven will make all the wonders of this physical world pale in comparison. Our Father is a God of his Word. There will be no obituaries to read. There will be no more mothers dying only to leave grieving children behind.
The pain and heartbreaks of life will not even be a faint memory.
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How marvelous is that promise? Paul speaks to this promise of everlasting life beyond the grave. I can see his house with a special room for me with my name over the door. How marvelous Heaven will be. The game has been fixed in favor of those who relish living in the grace of Almighty God.
The Lord knows whose are his. We as the church of Christ need to reach out to those grieving.
Christians have hope. We know we will see our loved ones again. He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. Psalm Have a blessed day all, Penny. For those who are currently going through grief, I highly recommend GriefShare They have support groups that meet in churches across the country, or you can just sign up for their daily email of encouragement. This week, the Lord had my mouth speak a hard truth to a family member.
Good Grief: New Books on the Ways We Grieve
Thankfully, at that moment, he was able to receive the truth. Thank you Jesus. Thank you, Karina and thank God for leading you to write this. I have a funeral tomorrow — my dear friend since when we were children. This year, two more friends and two family members have gone Home.
Peace…John Faith…Hebrews Peace…John Karina, What timing. My sweet father went home Friday morning. I miss him. The girl who was so strong is gone and I need Him every hour.
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Loss is wearisome and tough on the fragile human heart. Thank you for speaking hope and encouragement into these heavy hours. Grief…it is a hard thing to deal with. Never had I imagine that I too will be feeling this grief so deeply in my soul. My father in law passed away a year ago from cancer and that was so sudden, took our whole family by surprised as he was always fit and healthy. We were still mourning his loss when 6 months later, my cousin, my best friend of over 40 years dies unexpectedly due to an brain aneurysm.
Grieving God's Way: The Path to Lasting Hope and Healing – Stephanie's
That was a devasting blow. She was only 46 years old. Yes so much life to live and we had so much great plans when we will become little old ladies. In a blink of an eye, I was alone for the first time ever.
Although I had my husband, my kids, the one person whom I can go to for encouragement and laughter was gone. Boy did I ever pleaded with God to breathe life back into her lifeless body. It has been 7 long months since her passing in January. I know healing will come and yes there are days, I find comfort at times knowing she is in a better place.
It is in those selfish moments that I need to remind myself that one day, I will see her again and I will trust in God to get me through this heavy time. Karina, thank you so much for this post. This post was such a blessing to me. Asking for prayers for my friend Rebecca whose husband Charlie died of a heart attack on July 16 of this year. I pray for you to be able to sit beside your friend Rebecca through her grief journey and that you have the strength and courage to walk beside her.
I pray for Rebecca and her family as they remember the love and times they had together and also for strength for Rebecca. My husband died just over three years ago and to have the gift of a friend walking beside you is tremendous. Its a very lonely journey.
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Grieving God's Way: The Path to Lasting Hope and Healing
Though successful, Margaret decided to leave behind the secular publishing world to follow God's will for her: to write inspirational fiction. Happily married to her real life hero, Margaret and her husband have three grown children and live in Southern California. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads.
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