Just know that sometimes things happen to push us closer into his presence. Sweetie Jesus knew that she might have been tired. But I pray that Jesus gives the family peace and that he watches over those babies.
---senya on 5/28/08|
Jeanie, by now I'm sure you've calmed down. Life is not easy. None of us is perfect, so please ignore the judgments.
My step-brother reminded me that the sun is always in the sky, shining warm light, even when storms rage on the earth. God is always with you, even when you don't have the sense of Him. Ask for help, you will get it. I love you.
---deb on 5/28/08|
so whenever something doesn't go "right" you as a self professing christian get mad at your creator? stomping your feet and being angry?
---Rhonda on 5/28/08|
Lupis, cancer, and any other disease that take lives today won't in the millinium ...you're thoughts are here in Satans World not on higher spiritual things like Gods coming Kingdom on earth
there are many more far devestating tragedies in the world today ...many people have been violently ravaged until they meet their slow death at the hands of those who tortured them here in the US and all over th world ...be thankful the attacker was a disease and not another man
---Rhonda on 5/28/08|
Your post troubles me more than anythng. Because it says you are not a very spiritual and godly christian who is familiar with the ways of God. You need to learn His ways and you won't have to go through these senseless times of anger when God's will is done. You are also a selfish person. Your sister-in-law has received the ultimate healing. Why can't you be happy for her?You have a lot to learn as a blood bought child of God. God knows what was best for your sister-in-law. Are you above God?
---Robyn on 5/28/08|
Hi jeanie, and I am so sorry for your sister's loss. My heart goes out to you as well as to your family. I understand how you feel, because last year, my oldest son died due to cancer. I have to admit, at first I was angry with God because I did not understand why. But , God is holding my hand every step of the way. I am healing and I was wrong to blame God. I will see my son again one day.Glory to God!
---Cynthia on 5/7/08|
Jeannie, I am sorry for your loss. When Christ came to where Lazarus was entombed, it say in John 11:33 that he groaned in the spirit, and vs. 35 says he wept. He feels your pain. Remember this Php 1:23 Paul says... having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ, which is far better:
I know you miss her now, but you'll see her again, and she won't have Lupis.
Lord bless you and your family.
---Trey on 9/9/07|
I cannot tell you why good people die. I also cannot tell you why Christians die. Biblically it says Hebrews 9:27 And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment: We will all die but all saved Christians will rise again at the resurrection. I will pray that Holy Spirit of comfort will help you through this tough time.
---denna7667 on 9/9/07|
I am sorry. God loves you even when you are angry. I cannot answer your question about the painfull events of life but I do relate to your pain. I lost my husband 4 years ago and it still hurts but God has been with me. I felt so angry & alone like you in the beginning and could not understand why. I am raising a 9yr old(now 9) by myself and she is a joy but it really hurt. I will pray for you and the family.
---jody_martin on 9/9/07|
Satan comes to KILL, ROB, and DESTROY, please do not blame God for what Satan took from you. We look through a glass dimly but when we get to Heaven it all will be revealed, take heart if she was a Christian she is in a much better place, pray for her children. We do not understand so much... but please whatever you do, do not be soar at God, for what the Devil has stolen.
---Whisper on 9/9/07|
I'm so sorry for both of you. I cannot imagine loosing a child and I know how hard it is to lose a sibling.
I pray you find comfort in Him.
One day all our whys will be answered.
---Andrea on 9/8/07|
I am sorry as well for the loss. I have never lost anyone close to me. Listen though, God has a plan for whatever happens. This happened and is over with, and there is nothing you can do now but accept that God knows best. Think what may have happened if she did not die...mabey God saved her...from something more terrible. We don't know. We aren't supposed to know. His ways are higher than our ways. I hope that can comfort you. God bless.
---Joe_Hardy on 9/8/07|
It's unusual to die suddenly of lupus. Most people suffer from it for an extended time before death. Are you sure this woman was not among those?
God knows you're hurt and grieving, and has enough sense to know when one of His children is merely upset, don't you think?
---Jack on 9/9/07|
It is OK to be mad. Just be mad at the right one. God is the giver of life. He allowed you to enjoy your loved one.
Satan is the one who brought death to this earth. He caused Adam to sin and death was passed on as a result.
Anyone who knows Christ as Savior has eternal life.
Be mad but at Satan not God.
---Elder on 9/9/07|
Cynthia, I am sorry you lost your son last year. My mother has spent the last year dealing with my brother's sudden death a year ago in October. It's so hard to watch a mother bury her child.
Jeanie: I can't explain WHY God chooses to take young people home to be with Him. He is soverign, and He has reasons that are beyond my comprehension. I suggest you search the Psalms, specifically 139. That Psalm gave me peace when my brother died at age 40 in October.
---Trish9863 on 9/8/07|