I think taking some time to mourn as we enter into the final stretch of the year would likely do us some good.
Maybe our grief, sorrow, mourning, and heartbreak isn’t for nothing; in fact, maybe it can be used to glorify God.
You might not be able to do that thing you feel called you to do now, but you can begin making a difference through prayer.
Originally posted on Work in Progress:
I love talking with certain people because they think so differently than I do and, from…
Let’s create safe spaces where we can grieve our sins, our losses, and our unmet expectations and see how God heals us!
Anna is an incredible example that, in the face of incredible loss, God is still good and still worthy of being praised.
I encourage you to grieve when you need. It doesn’t matter if a loved one has died, a friendship or partnership dissolved, a marriage and family divided, a job has been lost, or a deal fell through, these are all forms of loss that deserve to be mourned.