This article discusses the grief of suicide survivors, as well as the stigma historically associated with suicide among Christians. It encourages grace rather than judgment in assessing the sin of suicide, and offers advice in ministering to those who are tempted by suicide, and to survivors of suicide.
Life hurts. Even Christians can confess this, because grief is a reality in the Christian life. This article explains that grief exists to confirm the truthfulness of Christianity, as an opportunity to explain its reality, and as a bridge for sharing Christianity.
This article considers what grief is, how it heals, and what we can do to help the grieving.
The author of this article looks at Psalms as the depiction of all parts of a religious emotional life. WIth this in mind, and with the conviction that all of Scripture speaks about Christ, this article looks at how the Book of Psalms reveals the emotions of Christ, such as his anger, compassion, grief, hope and joy.