Love | Healing

“… a time for embracing” (Ecclesiatses 3:5).
In a book called “Ragman and other Cries of Faith,” a pastor tells the story of the final illness of a parishioner named Joselyn. He says that during the course of his many months of visits to the terminally ill woman, he began to feel more and more useless

and helpless. “Finally,” he says, “it got to the point where I had nothing — absolutely nothing to say to my Joselyn. Then one day, when the sun went down and the darkness came, and no artificial light went on, with the evening came the Holy Spirit. For the words I finally said were not my own. I turned to my Joselyn. I…

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