God Our Comforter

By   •   February 27   •   Topics: ,

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There is also comfort in mourning, because in the midst of mourning God gives a song. His presence in our lives changes our mourning into song, and that song is a song of comfort. This kind of comfort is the kind which enabled a devout Englishman to look at a deep dark hole in the ground where his home stood before the bombing and say, “I always did want a basement. Now I can jolly well build another house, like I always wanted.” This kind of comfort is the kind which enabled a young minister’s wife in a church near us to teach her Sunday school class of girls on the very day of her husband’s funeral. Her mourning was not the kind which had no hope-it was a mourning of faith in the goodness and wisdom of God; it believed that our heavenly Father makes no mistakes.

Prayer for the day

Oh heavenly Father, who knows what agony and grief are because of the sacrifice of Your beloved Son, Jesus Christ-I thank You for the comfort which embraces all those who love You.

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  1. sylvia R Kilcup says:

    I thank our Lord daily for you Franklin Will Ann and the rest of your family and also for your ministries
    Could you please tell if the movie produced by Roma Downy “The Son of God” is based on the the word of God written in the Bible

  2. Debra. Kipp says:

    Today is Mom birthday my Mom passaway on October 2,2007 And I am still mourning her loss I been watching you for years sent I was a child I am now 52 years old Mr Billy Graham has tought me so thorw the years and I don’t know how to say Thank.You. Aman

  3. jennifer says:

    this blessed me, its been a challenge coming to terms with the passing to glory of my mother..

  4. Annette Paki says:

    Amen!

  5. Nancy Bridgwater says:

    God is the source of great comfort in times of deep sorrow. Praise Him!

  6. Adinnu Oge says:

    Thanks I am comforted

  7. Margareta Cronholm says:

    Thank you. Yes, when we are suffering we don’t sin so easy.