I think one of the main reasons I began writing this blog is because I desire to be different than the natural inclination of the human heart when faced with chronic pain. I have seen how the grief involved can slowly eat away a person until it becomes hard to see anything other than bitterness and self-pity. Unresolved grief is a very dangerous thing. This month my focus is on the grief associated with chronic pain because without dealing with grief there can never be a full life of true joy while in pain.
Peter Marshall says: "The grace of God is sufficient for all our needs, for every problem and for every difficulty, for every broken heart, and for every human sorrow."
There is healing from the grief of pain - and that healing is found in Jesus Christ. The Word of God says that nothing is impossible with God. So, even the grief that feels that it will consume every part of you is not too big for God to heal.