Mourning

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4 Responses

  1. Mom says:

    You continue to amaze me, daughter with your insight and willingness to share. I absolutely believe you have explained that particular Beatitude beautifully. I totally agree with what you have said. Always love to you.

  2. Melisa says:

    Your words leave a tangle of emotions, something to think about and to pull apart through the day. I feel that God allows sadness and mourning to pull us ever so close to him. He craves intimacy with us; like a rejected bridegroom he waits patiently and a little sad that we don’t run into his arms and spill our troubles out to him. He wants us to discover he is ultimately in control and the bumps and bruises to our souls builds scar tissue to handle even greater sadness later. It all comes to good, knowing his beloved will be all the better in the long run. We learn to turn to him and show others strength through our Godly love.

    • Jill says:

      Thank you for reading and commenting Melissa! Definitely agree that God can use anything for eventual good as we let Him! Jill

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