People ask me all the time what to say and what to do for people who are grieving the death of someone they love. And I’m glad they ask. I’m glad they want to know what is really helpful and meaningful, and what is completely unhelpful and actually hurtful.
What do we say to those who are grieving? How do we know what is most helpful? Speaking with clarity and compassion, Nancy Guthrie dismantles misconceptions about how many people consider grief, and then she offers invaluable counsel on how to love those who are hurting.
Let’s admit it, there are certain parts of the Bible we skim because . . . well . . . because we think they’re boring. They’re repetitive, overly detailed, full of names and places we can’t pronounce. So why bother with them? There are many reasons . . .
Sunday we experienced a glad Resurrection Day accompanied by glorious, triumphant music and bright celebrations of confidence that “He is risen indeed!”
But when we think about that first resurrection day,we realize that our experience is far different from that…