Grief is never a simple journey from point A to point B, but slowly… sometimes very slowly, it does get better.
PSA: never use the word condolences. Please. It’s cold and unfeeling.
Our culture doesn’t like to face the idea of death – it means loss, pain and grief. No one wants to think about it but we will all face it.
This is the kind of book you have to read again just to soak in the nuances you missed the first time – the very best kind of book.
If ordinary people simply love then act? That is the best and most lasting change that could ever happen.
If we truly believe God is sovereign… what does that mean in this situation? This moment in history?
Somehow she manages to whip up a situation that is both familiar and bizarre then lets it spin – characters and all.
Somehow when David’s hurt and lament was spent, he could see Yahweh even in the awful stuff.
It seems today has been hijacked by COVID-19 aka the Coronavirus.
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