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|Vicki Duval |
“So don’t worry about seeing or understanding what the future holds. God wants you to trust him as he leads you, even though you can’t see clearly ahead. And don’t be overly concerned about fully comprehending the past. Only he knows the whole truth about it anyways. You have HIM now. HE is your light and that is all that matters.”
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Maybe we have what we would call anger, or maybe we don’t. We certainly have questions and confusion. Take the next week and write down all of the questions you have surrounding your loss. What, where, when, and why, and then maybe why again. I ask that you try an experiment. Take these questions and put them in different buckets – those that make you angry or confused, and those that you either accept or are resigned to. Write your list and pray over those things in your grief journey that make you angry. Anything from “she still gets to have lunch with her mother”, to “they are all getting together for a family reunion and they are ALL there and I will never have that again.”
Lean into these feelings. Feel free to share in your group or with other safe people in your life. Then make a note if you feel God is there, or how God is working through your tragedy, and through your journey.
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