Ralph Davis writes about the sorrows of life that God’s people experience in common with all people, reflecting on the reality that we are not spared from sorrow, nor does faith mean that our sorrow will be less in depth or duration of feeling. …God’s covenant people are not sticks and stones, impervious to grief …

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Ralph Davis writes about Abraham mourning the death of Sarah, describing it as a common sorrow of covenant people. This may be a ‘common’ sorrow but there is nothing common about this death. It is a special death. Sarah is the only woman in Genesis whose age is given at death. And Sarah is, in …

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