Trusting God With Our Departed Child’s Eternity

You Can Trust Him.

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace,

What if Jesus Christ is God, as He claimed, and you have no substantial reason to believe your child knew anything about Him or the Way of salvation? What if your child died while involved in sin? What if she emphatically rejected Jesus as her Savior?

What if you fear your departed child is now eternally lost? How will you ever live with such a possibility? What if all this stuff about Heaven and Hell is true? How could Heaven be bliss for you without your child? How could God let this happen?

If these are the fears of your heart, here is what you must hold on to:

God is good. God is love. God makes no mistakes.

If we do not believe these facts about God, we are sunk. The pain of being unsure of where our child is spending eternity is just too much to bear unless…

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10 thoughts on “Trusting God With Our Departed Child’s Eternity

  1. bornagain732

    I am going to reblog this too- We have a set of identical twins that have Down Syndrome-
    We also have 4 more boys and 1 girl- this was a great read- just in case 👍🏻🙏🏻💕

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    1. Wow Hope, what a merciful, loving, all knowing, absolutely amazing God we serve. Tears are still falling from my eyes at the wonder of our God. There is no God like our our God. Thank you thank you for sharing your story with me. ♥️♥️♥️

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  2. God causes the new birth in circumstances where most
    people have no idea that it could happen. He has a call,
    like an open broadcast. He also has a call that is direct,
    and by specific name. God is love.

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