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Tag Archives: Grief
Without death, Christ would not have died, and without His death, we would have no salvation. Continue reading
There’s a lot of people that got hurt. There’s a lot of people that I’m sure are not going to be here tomorrow. …a big old cut that we got across our hearts right now. – Tommy Muska, mayor of … Continue reading
When we live the Christian life as the Bible teaches, we accept (and even embrace) grief as a teacher, but it will not rule us, for our God is the God of all comfort. Continue reading
Grief’s Value It is a tribute to God’s good gifts of life and love. James 1:17 Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning. … Continue reading
Some of those in the industry who knew and loved Whitney the best weep for her today. Next week, some of those same people will “party” to try and forget the pain — the pain of losing friends, the pain of empty lives, the pain of loneliness and fear and the suspicion that no one loves you for anything but your money or your talent. And the next victim(s) will move deeper into the grip of addiction. Continue reading
Pastor Mike Harrigan of Community Baptist Church in Slidell, Louisiana, has been a great blessing to our family over the years. Pastor Harrigan graciously gave me permission to post this. I pray that you will be challenged and encouraged by … Continue reading