Your journey of grief is confusing enough but if you add in certain emotions, it makes it harder to distinguish what is grief and what isn’t.
Two of the emotions – which are related to each other – are guilt and regret. If you feel at all guilty about something that you think you’ve done wrong to your loved one, it’s hard to let get of the regret. That regret almost feels like paying penance for what you think you’ve done.
Don’t let the devil use these emotions against you to keep you from healing and from moving forward.
Listen today as I share how guilt and regret almost cost the life a man I knew and the importance of allowing the power of the cross to set you free from it.
WORD of the Week
Do not remember the former things or ponder the things of the past. Listen carefully, I am about to do a new thing, now it will spring forth; Will you not be aware of it? I will even put a road in the wilderness, rivers in the desert. Isaiah 43:18-19
Song of the Week I’m Still Here by Mandisa
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