Seeking Comfort When Mourning (Matthew 5:4)
I share some final thoughts about Matthew 5:4, particularly about our need to receive comfort during mourning.
Mourning Personal Sin as a Path to Comfort (Matthew 5:4; James 4:7-10)
The path from mourning to comfort will force us to confront those areas of our lives that do not please God.
Bringing Comfort (Matthew 5:4; Isaiah 61:1-2)
Jesus came to comfort all who mourn. We, too, are called to minister comfort in His name.
Blessed Are Those Who Mourn (Matthew 5:4)
Grief takes many forms. We mourn when a loved one dies. Other life-changing events like job loss, sickness, or divorce can bring grief. Christians also mourn over the evil in the world and the sin in their lives.
Easter: From Mourning to Joy and Hope
Easter celebrates the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ on the third day following His crucifixion. In His death, He triumphed over our sins. Because of His atonement on the cross, we can freely receive forgiveness and everlasting life. By His resurrection, He triumphed over death. Death does not have dominion over Him. It also…