The God Who Comforts

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Elizabeth Vinturella lost precious, Samantha, her 12 year old daughter in a horrific boating accident. Three days of Navy Seals divers, Coast Guard helicopters, cadaver dogs and many others searching culminated in finding the body of her youngest.

A mother’s worst nightmare…
A brother broken by guilt as one of the boat drivers…
Three more little girls thrown from the boat, yet surfaced and saved…
A family shattered – yet bound closer together by the grace of God…

Elizabeth’s story is riveting and revealing. She shares a God of All Comfort, a Constant Presence, the One who saves and the One who takes home a little girl lost to her mom, yet known by her All Powerful God…

I invite you to click on this link to watch her riveting, short 4 minute video as Elizabeth breathes hope into you (and me)? Can you imagine?

Elizabeth is passionate about helping bring hope and healing to those who have suffered loss by sharing her personal journey and the life-changing promises found in God’s word.

Six years after the accident that claimed the life of her precious 12 year old daughter, Samantha, Elizabeth is now helping others gently navigate the trials of life.  Her honest approach on how to heal brings hope to all who deal with grief. Elizabeth’s story demonstrates God’s promises of mending the brokenhearted, as He provided divine comfort, inspiring her to pursue a fulfilling life after profound loss.

As a professional speaker and trainer, Elizabeth is called upon to share her message of faith and trust in the midst of tragic circumstances to a growing number of women’s events, church gatherings and school classrooms. When doing so, Elizabeth sees the fulfillment of scripture manifest in her own life, bringing peace and a sense of completion to her own suffering. As Elizabeth retells her intimate journey with Jesus Christ, her audiences receive the wisdom and wise council to apply in their own lives.

It is this spiritual interpretation of our earthly circumstances that Elizabeth feels called to share. Whether through writing, speaking, counseling or simply sharing one on one, she aspires to fulfill a mission that is in her heart – to SUSTAIN LIVES AND STRENGTHEN FAITH.

Elizabeth says, “I believe in the healing power of Jesus Christ because I have experienced this miracle for myself. After the tragic and unexpected loss of my daughter, I didn’t think I would ever smile again. However, peace, joy and faithfulness have found their way into my heart once more. Now, I find no greater joy than sharing that hope with others that are hurting.”

Visit Elizabeth Vinturella at JustDoToday. Her peace draws you in closer, word by gentle word.

Finding the God Who Comforts - in the presence of Navy Seal divers, Coast Guard helicopters, cadaver dogs and many others, Elizabeth Vinturella breaths HOPE

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37 thoughts on “The God Who Comforts

  1. Susan – – I am so sorry, it has taken me a whole week to stop by and comment from #TuneInThursday linkup last week. I was away at a Conference since last week and the wifi was practically non-existent.

    I am sorry I missed linking up with you last week too, but so very grateful you linked up with me so I could read Elizabeths powerful testimony. WOW. I love how God has redeemed this tragedy and is turning it around to change other peoples lives as well.

    Again thank you for linking up last week, and I hope to see you today at #TuneInThursday

  2. I can’t even imagine. I have a friend who lost her young son in a 4-wheeler accident last 4th of July. It’s been so amazing watching her mourn with grace and continue to trust in the God who holds her son. She and her husband have even started a ministry out of their tragedy. Thanks for sharing this story at Literacy Musing Mondays. I’m sure it will give hope and encouragement to many.

  3. Reading of a “mother’s worst nightmare ” is horrifying because as parents, we all fear it could be us one day. Thank you for sharing her perspective and hope and how she is being used by God for His kingdom.

  4. Susan, thank you for sharing Elizabeth with us. I was so encouraged as I listened to her story. I can’t even imagine her pain, but I am oh so grateful for a God who promises that joy does come in the morning and who shows that joy in real and tangible ways.

  5. That had to have been such a devastating experience.
    Praise God that He helps us through those dark times and gives us healing and hope in Christ.

    1. Yes Ruth. Not anything anyone of us what to face, yet we want to pray and support our dear friends how are in the midst of loss and pain. Hugs, Susan

    1. Oh Marva, I’m lifting you up in prayer, even now. Lord, hold Marva so close she feels Your comforting presence and prevailing peace. In Jesus name. Amen

  6. Thank you Susan for sharing this story! I’m thankful for both of you today for using what you’ve experienced to help other moms grieve and find hope and life in Jesus!
    Blessings to you both!

  7. Our friends lost their only son last Tuesday in a car accident. A wonderful tribute at his memorial this week turned many hearts and minds to the love and grace of Jesus but oh the parents are sobbing so hard. (age 30, single) Please pray for Steven and Jacqueline. Thanks.

    1. Oh the pain, Sue! Praying for Steven and Jacqueline right now that they may feel God’s loving embrace even now, that they may be real and raw to God, knowing that His heart breaks for them and that they may know His comfort in real and tangible ways.

  8. Susan, God has given you such a tender heart toward mothers who grieve. Thank you for sharing this poignant story and for broadening the horizons of those who have not been called upon to suffer in this way.

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