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  • Cyndale Rutherford On

    Hi I know you don't know my but um well I'm not sure what to say. I've been trying to find him for 4 years and, well when I do I find this, we lost in touch and this is not how I wanted to reconnect. Okay I'm gonna go sorry bye.

  • Cyndale Rutherford On

    Hi

  • Mitchel Henderson On

    hoh

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  • Marie Gravesande On

    Please accept my mournful composition and deepest condolence. I am truly touched by your memorial statement, as a mother who also lost a child; I know there is no pain that parallels. I encourage you to keep giving your sorrow words; this will release the grief of your heart, you will not ever forget Jasten but that unbearable pain will decline with time. In the Bible at Job 10:1 following the death of all ten of his children, as well as some other personal tragedies, Job said: “I loathe my life. I will give vent to my complaints. I will speak out in my bitter distress! Also at, Ecclesiastes 3:1, 4 it said there is ‘a time to weep’. You may find that for a time your emotions will be somewhat unpredictable. Tears may flow without much advance warning. Shedding tears of grief appears to be a necessary part of the healing process as well, please don’t ever be embarrass to do so even in public, you are entitled. Jesus Christ openly shed tears of grief. John 11:33, 35. Furthermore, learning to deal with the guilt afterwards; realize that you had only good motives when raising your children, still, no matter how much we love someone, we cannot control their life, nor can we prevent “time and unforeseen occurrence” from befalling those we love. Ecclesiastes 9:11. Please turn to Almighty God in prayer, at Psalm 34:18 it tells us that ‘Jehovah is near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.”

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