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Overcoming Loss

Are you going through the pain of a loss? Maybe you've recently lost a loved one, suffered the break-up of a relationship, lost a job, or forced to give up your home. This group is for YOU.

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Afterlife

Started by Jeff May 12. 0 Replies

Pluralities linear transfer and transition to the blood and body of Christ which is eternally expanding resurrecting light revealing the mysteries of life confessing the secrets of the unknown.

Loss of my son

Started by Charlotte Francis West. Last reply by Tricia Kay Bernal Apr 18. 1 Reply

I lost my 25 year old son March the 7th he had a virus we all did but he didn't get better the night before he died I came home and found him passed out with a bottle of Vodka we argued this was not…Continue

When does it stop hurting so much?

Started by Christine Siqueiros. Last reply by Elizabeth (Beth) Ann Abel Mar 30. 1 Reply

My oldest son took his own life 5 months ago.He was 31 years old. I'm still struggling with his decision to end his life. He has 3 children that he loved with all his heart and he was a wonderful…Continue

Unhappy With God

Started by Stephane. Last reply by Tanya Linthicum Dec 21, 2013. 6 Replies

Is it ok to be unhappy with God?  Do you have to be content with all that happens and simply say "I know you have a plan, so I'll accept it."  Is it okay to be upset for a while?

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Comment by Jeff on May 11, 2014 at 10:39pm
For those who are experiencing loss and considering suicide; renewal is always not far behind loss and renewal follow in stride I know from experience. Grace leads us to the promise of a new beginning in becoming all we are meant to be united peace and harmony.
Comment by Timothy J. Brown on May 11, 2014 at 1:23am

I'm on 2nd year of divorce and I feel more alone and isolated than ever. I pray to god daily but struggle every second lately. I even thought about ending my own life. I'm 57 and my kids live in different state, my life is a mess. This is my first reach out here.

Comment by Christine Siqueiros on February 5, 2014 at 3:52am

 My oldest son took his own life 5 months ago.He was 31 years old. I'm still struggling with his decision to end his life. He has 3 children that he loved with all his heart and he was a wonderful father. I know life wasn't easy for him, he had a criminal record which made it difficult for him to find a job, and he struggled with drugs. His marriage wasn't perfect, they had problems.( Who's doesn't) But he wasn't a quitter. He tried really hard to turn his life around and be a good decent hard working man. And he had a familly who loved him and cared about him and tons of friends he could have reached out to. I just wish he had talked to me or somebody, I miss him so much. My heart is broken.

Comment by Kristine Adams on August 4, 2013 at 7:06am

I lost my husband at the end of June 2012. It was a tragic accident. I know everything happens for a reason and that God has a plan for mine and my families life.  It was only 5 days after his birthday and 2 days before my birthday. We were together for 20 years. Every day is still a struggle, missing him and needing him. 

Comment by C.K on July 7, 2013 at 7:52pm

I lost my mum 8 years ago when i was like 34 and oh boy it hurt so bad. I was angry for a while with God, sank into a depression for a number of years and justed  wanted  my world to come to an end so i could be free of all the pain.( My worst day each  year is Mother's day)

chirie

Comment by jeanette darcel harrison on March 24, 2013 at 12:03pm

I lost my only son on Feb. 17 2013 Rico was 33.I miss my son so much I cant seem to understand why... my son believed that Jesus kept him... I am praying for peace and understanding and thank God for his mercy.I have trouble believeing in miracles for my son... I need help...

Comment by Stephanie Armbruster on February 5, 2013 at 9:24am

My youngest son, Nick, age 22, passed away just a few weeks ago. It was a violent, accidental death; some say it was suicide, and maybe I'm in denial. But, I do feel that it just a horrible, awful, preventable tragedy.

I have always felt like everything in my life was somehow a blessing, challenges and problems a learning experience. Not while I was going thru them, probably, but upon reflection, as the storms seemed to pass and the sun began to shine again, I would always tell myself and my children that everything was fixable, that we could overcome anything. I had a faith, even though I didn't read the bible or faithfully attend church, I prayed and believed this mantra. Now, I feel upset and disappointed in God, myself, and my son. And this makes me feel even more grief. I am seeking the help of many; I have a strong and faithful support group which includes many family members, friends, co-workers, a therapist, my doctor and people who walk in the faith of God. I know that there are many people praying for me and all of the people affected by the loss of my son, Nick. I am grateful, as I am having trouble doing this myself. I have my eldest son, Scotty, to love and protect, and I am trying so hard to walk with him thru his pain. Just two years ago, Scotty almost died when his kidneys failed. When he survived, I rejoiced. Last year, Scott and Nick's father donated one of his kidneys to Scotty. Another miracle. Scotty is doing fabulously; he and his sweet fiance had already began planning their wedding, which is just two months away(although, not much preparation has taken place, yet). So, see all of those blessings, and now this.

Comment by Claudia Jane Peters on January 7, 2013 at 2:59pm

I have lost loved ones, but not like the loss I had September 29th, 2012.  My

fiance', Pastor John, passed away after heart surgery.  He was the most loving,

kind and understanding man I have ever had in my life.  I finally got to experience

a real Christian love relationship for the first time in my life.  We were to marry on

October 20th, 2012.  It is still new to me and I am grieving.  It is like I got almost

to te end of a book and the remaining pages are gone.  I will miss him so much.

It is like half of me is missing.  I have been through tough times all of my life, just

one hard hill to climb after another.  This time I am looking at this "hard hill" and wondering, am I going to make it?  I know God is there and He helps us.  I will

hope and pray that everyone who is going through a loss will find peace again.

Claudia Peters

 

Comment by Tricia Kay Bernal on November 16, 2012 at 1:35pm

I loss my husband who I was with since we were 14 years old. So I can relate losing someone so dear to you can be devastating and life shattering. This December will be 3 years since his passing, it still rough and your right you never "get over the death." We need to learn to live with our new reality and live differently because of it. Some times when someone so special in our life leaves it’s impossible to be the same person you were. After the death you find yourself wondering who am I without this major part of my life, how can I live without this person in my life? I've found that prayer in the morning and night and listing to worship throughout the day, reading the word has helped restore my love for life. Pray to god ask him to help you seek a new way of living with this grief in your heart. He will transform you into a new person; simply open your heart to your healer. I wish you many blessing and pray that you continue to seek god every day, it's the only way. Peace be with you.

Comment by Morgan Amelia on June 7, 2012 at 7:30pm

I am in tears. i lost my grandma today. Why has God done this to my fasmily. First my Unlce Kevin, then my Aunt Amy, Uncle David, Mamaw, and now my Grandma. and i am only 14.What has my family done to deserve all this pain and suffering. Does God not care?

 

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