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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Entering the annual season of remembering the death and resurrection of Jesus, each of us carries our own experiences of bereavement and mortality. Openly speaking about death, as disciples of Jesus, helps us acknowledge our mortality, prepare for the last of our earthly days, and take peace and assurance from the victory over death that …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 23 Q & A 82 Q What is the communion in glory which the members of the invisible church have with Christ? A The communion in glory which the members of the invisible church have with Christ, is in this life *1, immediately after death *2, and at last …

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