Sometimes we need to just listen to what the Spirit says, grief is a good thing, providing it does draw us closer to the Comfort of God’s touch.

panic, preacher. panic!

“The darker the night, the brighter the stars,
The deeper the grief, the closer is God!”
-Fyodor Dostoyevsky

I feel like I’ve written endlessly about the topic of grief. As if it is the only constant in life, where all relationships, in one way or another, end up. As if it not only holds all the cards, but stacks them neatly into a house that could crumble at the slightest breeze. As if death has the final say, and we are always haunted by its specter.
But for me, writing about what I feel is catharsis. So, it’s probably telling that I haven’t written anything in a while. That sometimes you move into that stage of grief where feeling anything is an outright challenge. This blog began for me as a desperate attempt to come to grips with the goodness of God in a world that sometimes indicates anything but.

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