39.0 What’s the point? Why the Daily Grind is Important after Loss.


You wake up and it’s like Groundhog Day.  I hated that movie.  The reality of loss sets in again and again.  The first weeks and months and yes, even in the first year, the daily grind of grief is where the battles are fought.


Yes, day by day by day by day by painful day by sad day by hard day by day, by tear-filled, by angry by exhausted day.  That was a little annoying, huh?  That’s the daily grind – it is annoying, it is never ending, and you feel like you are getting nowhere and that you’ll never get better.


I know that’s how it feels, but it is absolutely incorrect.  The daily grind is where the battle is won in life and in grief.  Daily surrender to God, daily walking with Him and putting value on the insignificant daily grind will take you from where you are today to an incredible future.


The daily grind of grief is where the battles are fought, and it is your choice if that battle is won or lost.  These are the days that add up to months, and years of your future.  The foundational value of these days cannot be overemphasized!


WORD of the Week 

Being confident of this, that He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.  Philippians 1:6


Song of the Week  God’s Not Done with You by Tauren Wells


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