The Recompense of Grief

Our saddest human experiences can force us to higher ground of character and achievement when we yield to the law of God always to progress—to go forward. There is no time for weeping over death. There are lessons to learn, lessons of real life and love and dominion over mortality, lessons that humanity needs. There is the requirement of Life, God, to find man in divine Mind instead of in frail dust.

When Christ Jesus saw Mary and her friends weeping over the death of her brother, Lazarus, "he groaned in the spirit, and was troubled." John 11:33; Then he went forward to prove the unreality of the mortal sense by restoring Lazarus from the dead. But first he reminded the other sister, Martha, "Said I not unto thee, that, if thou wouldest believe, thou shouldest see the glory of God?"

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