Grief – The Good Gift

Grief is indeed nothing desirable. No one ever looks forward to it, so we choose to avoid the topic altogether. When a loved one experiences grief, we are mostly bankrupt on how to come through for them. Many of us catch ourselves wondering, Now what do I say to them? But the Bible has a lot to say about grief. In this article, we will explore the ins and outs of grief from Biblical lenses.

Christ Intercedes for Us

Christ “always lives to make intercession” for us (Hebrews 7:25). No agony we experience is beyond this high priest who is able to sympathise with our weaknesses (Hebrews 4:15) and knows us full well (Psalm 139:1-4). Because of Christ’s passionate and eternal intercession, we have a hope that is unfailing (Hebrews 7:24-25).

What does the Bible say about Cremation?

Religions like Buddhism, Hinduism and other Christian denominations like the Lutherans practise cremation. At the same time, others have no clear rules about cremation like the Quakers and Jehovah witness, while others strictly forbid cremation like the Anglicans, Jews, Baptists and

Did Jesus Really Die?

Some people also think that Jesus did not really die on the cross. The theory is that Jesus just fainted, and the people thought he was dead, so they buried him. But after a couple of days the cool air in the tomb resuscitated him and He walked out of the tomb.If one of these claims is true, then it changes a lot and Christianity as a religion is invalid. If Jesus did not die, then He did not rise again, and if He did not rise again then we are still sinners and our faith is vain.

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