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Thursday, February 9, 2017

#ThursdayThoughts with Erika Grey!

Good Morning!

Today's guest is not new to our blog. Erika Grey has shared treasures with us and been in our spotlight, so there's no need for a huge introduction. Let's she what thoughts she has for us to ponder....

 When I am not writing I am in mourning.  I have suffered a series of losses over the past four years and most recently the death of my father.  It seems as if the life that I once knew is completely gone and with each important person in my life who died a part of me went with them. The best way to describe it is that it feels as if I am living in a dark cloud, as if a dark cloud is over me.  That is exactly what mourning the loss of a loved one or loved ones feels like.

In my devotionals I came across a most sentence in 1 Kings 8:12 which states: Then Solomon spoke: The Lord said He would dwell in the dark cloud."

Here is am in my dark cloud, with my dark cloud over me and God tells us that he dwells in the dark cloud.

I could not feel more encouraged than knowing that I was not alone, God is with me in my dark cloud.

Jesus said, "I will never leave thee or forsake thee. (Hebrews 13:5)
Whatever dark cloud you are experiencing, God is with you, Jesus is with you. You are not alone.  He knows all of our suffering and pain and when we get to heaven there will be no more suffering.  Revelation 21:4, states: And God will wipe away ever tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away. 

The thought of no more tears, death, crying, pain, is something to look forward to.  What is so wonderful is that God is with us during our dark clouds and one day He will wipe away our tears. 

Wow...what beautiful thoughts, Erika! We've all lost loved ones and this definitely is something to keep in mind. Thanks for sharing!

Erika Grey holds high standards in her reporting. For this reason she sets herself apart from other End Time Bible Prophecy Ministries and labels herself as a Magi, from the Bible meaning wise men or wise women. She models her ministry and work on the Biblical magi who were analysts and learned men and women in the knowledge and disciplines of their day. At the time of Christ, Herod consulted the Magi who understood the prophetic predictions when there were no living prophets.   After reading Decoding 666 The Number of the Beast you will understand what sets Erika Grey’s Magi Reports apart from other leading Bible Prophecy gurus.

Find out more by visiting her Website and connecting with her on Social Media. Erika's book, the first in the series, Magi Report: Decoding 666 The Number of the Beast: An Analysis of Bible Prophecy & Technology A Status Report & Forecast can be purchased HERE.

Hope you enjoyed today's post and that you'll join me each week for Tuesday Treasures, Thursday Thoughts and Saturday Spotlight.

Until next time, take care and God bless.


Susan Coryell said...

Finding solace in the midst of loss is crucial. Thanks for sharing your way of dealing with death of loved ones.

Diane Burton said...

You've had more than enough grief, Erika. Each loss compounds the ones before. Your faith will sustain you.

Elizabeth Alsobrooks said...

Profound loss does require solace. I'm glad you found some.