One more phone call from a dear loved one who suddenly, unexpectedly lost a dear loved one. She feels crushed as we do for her. Words fail and no actions can fix the hurt.
I’ve been there as I’m sure you have too. The world stops and it seems impossible to go on.
Yet in time after enough tears it does.
It caused me, once again, to think about how short and fragile and beautiful and wonderful life is. We hurt because we love yet love makes life magical.
Jennifer and I spent a marvelous day skiing yesterday on a perfect blue sky day. Yes, the only kind I go up on now. I’m a card carrying wuss and don’t care.
Last night as I read my Bible I came across a verse that gives the most important answer.
God promises, “I will gather you . . . . I will bring you home.”
In the end that’s really all that matters isn’t it? That God promises to bring us home.
When you simply trust in him as his child you’ll be with those you love forever where there will be no more tears only love.
Oh, and I hope some blue sky skiing days too.
*Zephaniah 3:20 (NIV)