This Thanksgiving, I wish you a thankful heart. Here’s a Puritan prayer from The Valley of Vision that speaks to our praise of and thankfulness to God.
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Articles that offer a few quick quips, three steps, or secrets to survival rarely provide lasting help for profoundly hurting people. Healing for the holidays requires God’s curing truth for our troubled souls. True grief recovery demands Truth from the Author of life.
One of the hardest parts of healing for the holidays is the waiting. Everyone else is waiting with joyful anticipation—for the family reunion, the big dinner, opening of presents. And we’re just waiting for it all to be over.
For Christians, surviving the holidays is an admirable first goal, especially when memories of loss and separation flood the mind. However, our ultimate goal is not just surviving, but thriving. That’s where healing hope enters the picture.
When we cry out to God, here’s His promise: He comes. He comes in His comforting presence.