3 results for tag: Grief


“Why her?” On grieving the departed – Brad Jersak

"Why her?" is a common and important lament. Chris Erskine's LA column on that unanswerable question is a masterful and sensitive treatment.  "Why her?" It's a natural cry when we lose someone we love -- someone to whom we ascribe worth -- someone whose life is 'taken' from a family and a community where we still know in our hearts they are needed. It's an important cry of the heart that ought not be squished and cannot be answered ... But having been uttered, some of its toxic assumptions need a sensitive, wise response.  "Why her?" implies a kind of selection process. "Why her and not someone else?" Or "why her at this time?" ...

He Knows Just How You Feel

While it is physically impossible for a family member or friend to know exactly how we feel as we suffer and endure, we may be assured that Jesus knows JUST how we feel. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR453.mp3

November 2019

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