Jesus doesn't want us in a pit of despair. He wants us to be in His arms of care. What is impossible for people is possible with God. Luke 18:27 (NIV) Grief seems an impossible journey when we first start down that long hard narrow road. It seems much more a destination we have arrived at, rather than a place we will travel through. Getting stuck in the darkness is tempting and almost seems right. But with Jesus, there is a way through and out of that darkness.In the pages of this book, I share many of my own trials and triumphs on the grief journey after our sixteen year old son lost his battle with Leukemia. Although I was nowhere near finished during this second half of the first year of grief, I was beginning to learn how to use many of the tools God had shown me through the first half of the year, tools I shared in "It Started in the Dark." Each book can be read separately. Book one contains more of the devastation. This book contains more of seeing Jesus' Light and Hope at the end of such a dark tunnel. We can move from questioning to knowing, from doubting to believing, and from hurting to healing with an eternal focus on our Savior.