Gerald A. Klingbeil

Associate Editor, Adventist Review

​No More Tears

Wherever I look I see tears—tears that bespeak loss and pain; tears that mark helplessness and powerlessness. Apparently tears make good TV and headlines—at least that’s how it seems when I scan the headlines.

Some of the tears could be yours; some are mine. Since we lost Paradise, tears have been a constant element of our emotional repertoire—a father grieving for his son who has left the heavenly Father’s embrace to wander the dark side of the city; a friend who mourns the loss of his young daughter; parents crying for an unborn child or a devastating diagnosis; orphans in the midst of a war. Tears are omnipresent in our …

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