What do you do when someone close to you dies? How do you process it? What brings you comfort? What do you turn to? Or maybe a better question is Whom do you turn to?
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These are some of the questions I have been wrestling with the last several days. Sadly, a dear friend of ours went Home early Saturday morning after a 10-year battle with cancer.
While we certainly trust that God is both sovereign and good, it still feels to us like Jenean left us way too early.
This morning, I recorded a short video as I processed out loud the two Scriptures that have been ever present in my mind the last four days.
If you want to follow along, grab your Bible and turn to 1 Thessalonians 4 and 2 Timothy 4.
My prayer is that Paul’s words in these two letters will be as encouraging to you as they are to me.
[reminder]What other passages in the Bible have been a comfort for you in a time of grief?[/reminder]