8.0 I Don’t Know Who I Am Anymore after a Death. Finding Purpose After Loss.


From the time Monica became sick and I became her caretaker to her death, I questioned who I was many times.  But after her death and in my grief, I had no identify.

My purpose had been wrapped up in our health quest and her music ministry.  It shifted to caretaker while she was sick and then to someone who had no purpose. What made it worse was that there was no way to go back to the old me because I was forever changed.

Today, I’ll share the 3 pivotal moments that molded me into who I was to become and then we’ll talk about similar moments in your life that will help you rebuild.

Verse of the Day Everything we could ever need for life and complete devotion to God has already been deposited in us by His divine power.  For all this was lavished upon us through the rich experience of knowing him who has called us by name and invited us to come to him thought a glorious manifestation of His goodness.  2 Peter 1:3

Memorable Quote All of God’s people are ordinary people who have been made extraordinary by the purpose He has given them.  —Oswald Chambers

Song of the Week – In Jesus Name – Katy Nichole

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