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01/31/05
I know your pain...God is faithful...thank you for sharing...you verbalized your emotions well.
01/31/05
Spoken with preciousness truthfulness, your honesty about grieving paints a picture many can relate to. My children struggled terribly when my youngest son died, and know well the stroke of anger's brush. Mercifully, as you've discovered, God truely takes our pain and turns it into promise. A friend, upon learning of our own loss, shared a secret she had learned in the midst of hers. It doesn't get easier, but it gets gentler. May you know fully the gentleness of healing's touch.
God bless you daily,
DeAnna
01/31/05
Very emotional piece and you certainly conveyed very effectively your feelings. As a reader, I was able to walk through it with you, but it was difficult at times. Especially in the first paragraph where your emotions ran almost together. Thanks for sharing!
02/01/05
This was a lot packed into what seem liked a very short format. I would like to see the different stages of your story done in chapters, with the victory of triumph at the end. Hope you consider writing it out in a longer venue. Thanks for sharing.
02/03/05
Jesus wept. Jesus got angry. You are so right in your title that anger is part of grieving. In fact, journeying through your anger is part of the healing process. Thank you for sharing your personal experience. God is using you to help others. Many blessings to you!
Very moving story. I could relate. I went through the same when I lost my Dad. God bless you.
Extremely honest and well written. I am so sorry for your loss, and thankful for the faith that has helped you through it. You are so right in saying that Jesus can handle your anger as well as your pain.