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Reflections on the Emotions and Heartbreak of God

One thing that I am constantly amazed by is the incredible depth and beauty of God’s personality and emotions as expressed in the Holy Scriptures. I think all too often we can lose sight of how well God can relate to and understand how we feel as we experience the ...

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Where Are You In This God?

The potential trials in life are numerous:  job losses, cancer, addictions, grief, losses, tragic accidents, and divorces–to name a few.  Suicide rates are at an all-time high; it ranks in the top ten causes of death in America.  Research indicates 90% or more of all illness has roots in mental ...

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The Unmistakable Power of Loneliness

Loneliness is quite possibly one of the worst feelings I experience these days.  I’ve been a widow for almost 16 months and it wasn’t until probably the last 3-5 months that I realized loneliness had crept in, like a ninja stalking its enemy.  I suppose before then I had been ...

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Good Grief: Finding Life After Loss

I have been a widow for a year and ten days.  My late husband’s death was very sudden so I didn’t have a chance to prepare.  Not that you can ever prepare for something so earth-shattering as the death of a spouse.  I’ve spent the last 375 days working through ...

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Advice for Men–When She’s Crying

Girl Crying by elcaminosiempreeslargo.blogspot.com

Women are emotional. I can say that because I am one. While I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve seen my dad cry, I’ve been known to cry over just about everything. From heart-felt commercials to heated disagreements, and from reality TV shows like Extreme Home ...

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