i lost the love of my life of 39 yrs, what am i goind to do? i have no one else and cant realy talk to anyone with out crying. l sit and still put my hand where hers always was, i go to bed and reach for her. im lost

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Comment by Diamond on November 24, 2010 at 8:01pm
Your pain is what anyone who had a love one would endure due to death. It will not go away overnight - however, try to find comfort with the many beautiful memories you have of the one special love of your life. At times, it seems as if no one would understand your grief - but some do and the one place where you will find the most comfort is in the scriptures. (Romans 15:4) Trust and believe in God and know that your love one is truly resting; reflect on the promise that God have given us in regards to those in their memorial tomb - John 5:28.
God has promised mankind so much but so few are aware of it. - Revelation 21:2,3 and Daniel 2:44. Take the time to read what is really in the Bible and it will give you that Hope and also a clearer understanding in respects to your love one current condition. They are not suffering, and they are not wondering out someone - resting in a peaceful state. So, embrace what God has placed here for mankind to read and to gain not only knowledge but also comfort from the scriptures (2 Timothy 3:16). Pray and talk with God - let him hear your pain - pray and ask for the strength to endure the hardest pain one can encounter in life. He does understand - that is why he has made provision for mankind to have hope through his son, Jesus Christ. 1 John 4:9,10. This life as we know it is not what God has in mind for us - so knowing the hope we have and our love ones should bring a smile to our face. I truly hope you are able to take the steps necessary to find comfort in the scriptures - God has so much to tell us. Remember the Good times and watch it bring a smile to your face and just embrace it.

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