Just like the clouds have a way of obliterating the Sunlight and casting a gray cast over our days, grief has a way of blocking our view of the Son’s light, and casting a dark cloud over our view of life. No matter who is gone, parent, sibling, child, friend, after being impacted by grief, it takes a moment or two for our lives to come back into focus. As the Brewer family prepares to bury their son, my heart aches for them. This is just a reminder…a request if you will…to continue to keep the family of William Brewer III in prayer. Whatever the circumstances of his passing, this young man leaves a huge whole where his laughter used to be. He was the only son…the only bother…and he will be missed. While I have only interacted with the parents in passing over the years since high school, I know the love they had for their son. It’s the love I have for my own. My heart grieves with and for them, and I will be praying for them in the days, weeks, months, and years to come. I pray that they will find rest in the light of the Son of God and in the love that He has for them.