Grief and acceptance2010 Issue 2 (ISSN 2163-7768)

There are times when the pain of grief is far more intense than any physical pain. I urge each of you, if you are in the throes of grief, to find support in God’s Word and in other people. Invite trusted companions to hold you up when you no longer have the strength yourself. We may feel alone on our journey in life, but this is not true. The Lord and His angels are always with us and are manifest in the presence of friends, family, pastors, and sometimes even strangers.

I hope that you find comfort in the messages presented here. Draw courage and strength for the journey ahead, knowing that God is providing for you and that you are not alone.

BronwenBronwen Henry
Managing Editor
& Creative Director

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Daily Inspiration

"You cannot be spiritually reborn without some knowledge of the new or spiritual life, of the true things that you ought to believe and the good things that you ought to do. You cannot learn these things on your own, because on your own you can comprehend things only through your physical senses. Your physical senses give you information about the material world and yourself, not about heaven and God. Spiritual knowledge comes only from revelation."

New Jerusalem and Its Heavenly Doctrine 177