This week is a continuation of my talk with Joe and Shaunda Knight in our Finding Joy Again series. (If you didn’t hear last week’s episode, I highly recommend going back to hear Shaunda share about her “Matt box” in Episode 66: Fighting for Joy.)
This week the discussion covers:
- How easy it is to go back to that dark place, and how our perspective can make the difference between staying there or coming out.
- How even a career pastor can ask questions, including “Why?”
- How our changed view of God after the death of our child may not be correct.
When we ask God “Why”, we don’t usually get an answer. But there is a question He will answer, which is “How”. We hope our talk will help by giving you a changed perspective if this is an area that is a struggle for you.
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Remember to Hold On Pain Eases; there is HOPE!
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