Broken but not alone

Posted: July 6, 2012 in Freedom of Expression

Psalms 31:9 

O’ Lord have mercy on me in my anguish. My eyes are red from weeping;
my health is broken from sorrow.

Those of us who have lost someone dear to us, be it a parent, a sibling, a good friend or even a relative can understand this-all too well…

When you weep till you have no more tears.

When you try to speak but are left with no voice.

When your heart aches as though someone has punctured your soul and left a knife in it.

When you feel that nothing anyone says can make it better… can make it go away.

When you feel like no one- no one truly understand how you feel, how you ache?

How you would take that person’s place in a heart-beat- if only.

It’s hard to even imagine a day without that person, let alone eternity. Yet, the truth being that it has happened You have no control over it- you wish you did. But the fact is that nothing anyone says or does can bring that person back.

So I’ll  pray that you have the strength to carry on, for the will to live through everyday-the  knowledge that he is safe within the arms of the Lord

He will cover you with His pinions, and under His wings you will find refuge; His faithfulness is a shield and buckler.
Psalm 91:4

I pray that you find peace within this chaos. I pray that he will take you under his wing and shield you from the pain that overwhelms your soul. I know Glen will be there to greet him, to take care of him as you have taken care of me…

He has said, I will never leave you, nor forsake you.
Hebrews 13:5

  1. raven1955 says:

    Having been there and done that, we can fully empathize with this….sadness…and grieve..

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