Luther E. Smith’s tender article invites us to touch our own desolation, our experiences of prolonged, chronic pain.
Noting that desolation itself is less painful than the isolation that so often accompanies it, he advises the remedy of “caring relationship” found in community. By involvement in community and human relationship, the desolate soul is reminded of God’s love, and this love gives us the power to endure our pain.
“Earth Has No Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Heal” acknowledges desolation’s power and transforms its experience into an invitation, a leading into deeper, more honest community involvement and into fresh awareness of God’s abiding presence.
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