Our Problem with Grief

Photo credit: unsplash.com_VOlmez Grief is most often connected to death or tragedy. When someone close to us dies, we grieve because of the loss. We can also experience grief with natural disasters, a terrorist attack, or any significant loss, even a loss of freedom.

Grief is a personal sorrow, and our natural need is to be comforted. Where does this comfort come from? We can look to God and others as sources of comfort.

But what about when we cause grief for others? Can we even grieve God? Yes indeed! Continue reading

This is a guest post on the Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale Daily Devo blog. Click here to read the whole post— Our Problem with Grief