The Heart of Grief

Questions of Faith, Episode 3, About God's Love Part 2

November 21, 2020 Cover Art: "Big" Jim Miller; Program Music: Georgia Sound "Something New" Season 1 Episode 3
The Heart of Grief
Questions of Faith, Episode 3, About God's Love Part 2
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The Heart of Grief
Questions of Faith, Episode 3, About God's Love Part 2
Nov 21, 2020 Season 1 Episode 3
Cover Art: "Big" Jim Miller; Program Music: Georgia Sound "Something New"

Finding the Love of God, or more to the point, finding the God of love in our most painful and difficult times can be very challenging. Prayers may appear to go unheard and unanswered. Life regrets and hurts can surface, creating an urge for resolution. Forgiveness, though sought after, can be both hard to extend and to receive.

This is part 2 of Brian's interview with spiritual director, Michael Rose.  Michael states as his "one message," that God's intentions toward us and his approach to us is always one of love.  Relationship with the God of Love is the invitation extended to us. Times of deep loss and sorrow create a unique opportunity to discover the divine presence and care.

Michael suggests we may need to consider a new, or revised image of God's nature and character.  Mike's  "something to do" challenge invites us to engage in simple, doable acts of love.

-Website: www.theheartofgrief.com -email: [email protected]
-paper mail: The Heart of Grief C/O Martin Brother Funeral Chapels 610 4 St S Lethbridge AB Canada T1J 4P3. Ph 403-328-2361
-The Grief Recovery Institute
-Michael Rose: I am Significant.ca

Show Notes

Finding the Love of God, or more to the point, finding the God of love in our most painful and difficult times can be very challenging. Prayers may appear to go unheard and unanswered. Life regrets and hurts can surface, creating an urge for resolution. Forgiveness, though sought after, can be both hard to extend and to receive.

This is part 2 of Brian's interview with spiritual director, Michael Rose.  Michael states as his "one message," that God's intentions toward us and his approach to us is always one of love.  Relationship with the God of Love is the invitation extended to us. Times of deep loss and sorrow create a unique opportunity to discover the divine presence and care.

Michael suggests we may need to consider a new, or revised image of God's nature and character.  Mike's  "something to do" challenge invites us to engage in simple, doable acts of love.

-Website: www.theheartofgrief.com -email: [email protected]
-paper mail: The Heart of Grief C/O Martin Brother Funeral Chapels 610 4 St S Lethbridge AB Canada T1J 4P3. Ph 403-328-2361
-The Grief Recovery Institute
-Michael Rose: I am Significant.ca