Remembering God's Promises
You were invited here because someone cares about you and your loss.
Most importantly, God cares. God is always with us and has made precious promises that sustain us in times of sorrow. The Apostle Paul assures us that "to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord". (2 Cor. 5:8)
Centuries later, St. Julian of Norwich wrote, "All shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well." During her lifetime, 50 million people died from The Black Death, a viral pandemic. Clearly she was anticipating the fulfillment of the promise revealed to St. John the Divine:
When coping with grief, it's often difficult to find time for yourself - time to reflect, remember and pray. Many people find that meditative music helps them focus and become more aware of the presence and peace of God. "Peace, I leave with you. My peace I give you." (John 14:27)
About Pianist Henry Wiens
Sharing Comfort features the piano artistry of Henry Wiens. Henry has been involved in music ministry since the age of 13 when he began accompanying congregational singing in his pastor/father's Upper Michigan church.
His gentle healing music is now widely known and loved via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music and Spotify.
Please select music by clicking on the albums below. In addition to many traditional and contemporary hymns, the albums feature other themes: inspirational, classical, patriotic and Christmas.
You may find "one song that brings back a thousand memories..."
Video Series with Personal Stories
7 Videos by David Kessler
How to Survive The Loss Of A Parent: A Guide for Adults by Lois F. Akner
Meditations For Grieving Widows by Ellen Sue Stern
Be Strong For me: A Young Widower Remembers by Mark Adkino (audio cassette)
Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief by David Kessler
The Art of Losing: Poems of Grief and Healing, edited by Kevin Young
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