Theme : Bereavement

I AM A TEACHER | October 26th, 2015

Let me give children the healing knowledge that there is a better way, a more beautiful way to live each day of their lives. A physician I am not, but healing is part of my profession. Let me give some child hope for eternity, peace in this life, confidence in what will come. I am not a member of the clergy, but faith is part of my profession. Let me give children a feeling of justice, a sensitivity for right and wrong, a love of truth and abhorrence of evil. A legal adviser I am not, but justice is part of my profession. Let me bring children relief from pain of disappointment and disillusionment, a remedy for dissolving personality, an escape from the ravages of self-pity. A psychologist …

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Bereavement | February 4th, 2013

I consider everything as a loss because of the supreme good of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord. For his sake I have accepted the loss of all things… Phil3:8 Bereavement takes many forms. Even moving from one stage of life to another is a form of bereavement. Chronic illness that wears one out is a form of bereavement as is retirement, redundancy – resulting perhaps in a feeling of worthlessness. Grief is a gift God gives us to heal us in our loss. Few things expand the soul as much as honest grieving. Bereavement is a process of going through loss. It is very personal – no two people cope with bereavement in …

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