Walking Together With God Through Death and Grief: Experiencing God's Comforting Love (Paperback)
When my husband Dwight died suddenly, I was so broken, I didn't think I could go on without him. Losing a close family member or friend brings intense grief and depression that can leave us physically, emotionally, and spiritually numb, weak, and in shock. Yes, our faith can be shaken as we instinctively ask God why. Grief is a powerful emotion that can shake even the strongest person. The confusion, chaos, and inner turmoil that result can sweep you away from productivity and plans for the future. It can drive you to a place of despair and depression. Family and friends may find it hard to relate to the feelings you experience in this place of grief. However, God has promised He will never leave you to walk this journey alone. Joycelyn V. Gilbert has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, Bethune Cookman College, Master of Business Administration with concentration in Financial Management, City University of Seattle, Washington. She is also a Certified Youth Officer in Trauma Informed Care (Youth).