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Prayer about grief and loss

Prayer about grief and loss
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Christian Science Sentinel

Peace replaces grief

I am now aware of my mom’s true identity as an expression of God, forever reflecting the sweet attributes of God as infinite Love.

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Christian Science Sentinel

Love hasn’t left this home

In the midst of personal loss, we can stand on these promises of the continuity of God, divine good, and the unebbing joy and pleasure of experiencing Love’s presence.

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The Christian Science Journal

“Weep not”

According to the Gospel of Luke, on at least two occasions Christ Jesus tenderly said to those who were grieving, “Weep not.” First, to a mother who had lost her only son, then later to a ruler of...

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Christian Science Sentinel

When I lost someone I loved

I felt God right there with me, and I knew that the love I’d felt from my Sunday School teacher would always be with me, too. 

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Christian Science Sentinel

Healing grief and forgiving the unforgivable

Karen Neff talks with host David Brown about how she and her husband relied on what they'd learned from Jesus and Christian Science after their daughter was killed by a drunk driver. They discovere...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Comfort and strength when life has been lost

God’s tender messages, or angels, feed those mourning a great loss with spiritual inspiration. Tenaciously holding to these comforting messages is strengthening.

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Christian Science Sentinel

When a loved one passes on

My wife and I are both embraced in the Christly love of God’s ever-presence, and we are each moving forward spiritually.

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Christian Science Sentinel

No grief, just Love

In the year since my mum passed, I have never once cried, and although I often think of her and love her, I don’t have any sense of loss for her or for me. 

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Christian Science Sentinel

A piano lesson in the key of Life

I learned to play the piano on my mother’s Steinway in the living room. It was a big, beautiful piano with a grand and resonant sound, and she cherished it. Because we both deeply loved music,...

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Christian Science Sentinel

‘In awe of God’s care’

“Thy Maker is thine husband” (Isaiah 54:5)—what in the world does that mean? My beloved husband of almost thirty years had just passed on, and somehow that Bible verse was supposed to be a comforti...