The fearfully uncomfortable knowing

by | Apr 12, 2021 | Faith, Family | 4 comments |

In the past several years, I’ve written a few posts about my husband’s deceased daughter—a recent mention here. Today, I tell the story about how learning to love the daughter I never met led me to the fearfully uncomfortable acceptance of the cross. The post went live on Mockingbird’s site last Tuesday: https://mbird.com/2021/04/the-fearfully-uncomfortable-knowing/

Many thanks to Mockingbird for publishing my reflection and to my understanding pastor, sisters in Christ—you know who you are—and my very patient, loving husband Keith.

And to Gretchen. 

4 Comments

    • Carole Duff

      Thank you, Vonetta. The Book of Job provides an excellent frame for human experience.

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  1. bigskybuckeye

    Carole, your personal witness of faith blesses me with strength. God’s Word as He walks in our lives always seems to find a special place to find us. God’s peace to you and your loving husband.

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    • Carole Duff

      Thank you, Richard. God bless you and your family! -C.D.

      Reply

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