Monday, 11 October 2010


I wrote this series of posts a couple of months ago. Now things are settled we want to share them, as an encouragement to others who may face similar experiences.

This is the last post in this series.

Pain does not have to lead to doubt.

The very fact we feel the injustice of pain is proof we are searching to a higher moral authority. As a Christian, not only do I know a higher moral authority to appeal to is out there, I know His name.

Not only do I know His name, I know His heart for me.

Search hard enough, and pain leads us to worship.

Because our pain has been defeated.


Pain leads us to worship because if we let it, pain leads us to Jesus.

What we believed is true, is proved true.

So let's worship Jesus, who endured pain that we may forever be free from it.

Whatever the future, it is in Him we trust.

These three videos will take about 15 minutes of your time. Make yourself a drink. Sit down. And hear some truth, hear some honesty about the pain, and let your eyes be lifted up to Jesus.

A song full of truth and looking to future redemption

A song written from the graveside of a lost child; the section from about 3 minutes in is simply oustanding.

The song that has been an unswerving source of comfort in the dark days, a precious gift from God to us.

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