Monday marked one month since Wilson, who was a major mental health advocate died.
Jarrid was the associate pastor at Harvest Christian Fellowship in California, co-founder of mental health charity Anthem of Hope and was transparent about his struggles with depression.
In a post on social media, Julianne Wilson paid tribute to her late husband and shared some of the struggles she has faced over the past four weeks.
"The pain digs deep," she said. "I find myself staring at our boys wondering how in the world I'm supposed to do this on my own forever. You were so good at this. You were so good at everything."
She went on to say she takes comfort in the promises of God and the hope of being reunited with her husband in heaven.
"Every second I'm further from you here on earth, yet closer to being in heaven with you.
"I'm conflicted, confused, hurting and also full of hope knowing that God will wipe every tear and right every wrong.
Julianne went on to vow her commitment to living her life for Christ and sharing the gospel message: "I'm running the race full force. With tears in my eyes and hope in my heart I will continue to tell every single person I meet about the love and joy of Jesus. I'll finish our mission here on earth, although I will forever miss doing it hand in hand with you."
Wilson's death took place on World Suicide Prevention Day, hours after he had officiated a funeral for a Christian woman who took her own life.
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