Jesus’ Younger Years
- Insights into Jesus’ Childhood and Family Life
- From Jesus’ Life between Childhood and Adulthood
- The Twelve-Year-Old Jesus in the Temple
Losing a loved one is a painful experience. The sorrow of separation is compounded by uncertainty about how the deceased person is faring and whether a reunion is even possible. But separation is painful not only for those left behind: the deceased are often just as sorrowful, thinking that their loved ones on earth have been abandoned. Spirit-teacher Joseph sheds light on how the divine world supports such homecomers and how it helps and consoles their relatives on earth. In another lecture, he explains why a homecomer is not always able to give their loved ones a personal sign of life.
This issue also contains various questions and answers. Among other things, Joseph explains how one can find comfort amid the grief and distress that follow a loved one’s death, or how one can help the soul of a person who took their own life.