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  1. William, this post really touched a chord in me. I lost my mom about 12 years ago and I had a similar response. I wanted so much for her to be alive but she had lived her life. I really miss her but I have the assurance that she is resting in the Lord. Each day as I look in the mirror I see her in me. Even in my behavors I see so many similarities. Surely God's mercy was with her and cerainly with me all the days of our lives. Thank you for this post.
    Georgia

    Amen!(13)
  2. William, surely it is God's goodness and mercy following us that keeps us going. I am touched by your story. When I lost both of my parents I had one purpose in life to live a life pleasing my siblings then but as I grew in knowing Jesus I realised that there is nothing fulfilling than leaning on His promises because life goes on. Encouraged by my brethren and family l was even able to complete my doctoral studies by His Grace. Living a life full of purpose to serve Jesus allows us to continue everyday. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life.. so touching. Amen
    Nyani.

    Amen!(10)
  3. My beloved grandfather passed away on the first sabbath of February this year, I thought i wouldn't have even the strength to move, But to my surprise after hearing the news, I acted normal and went to church for prayers, did my duties as usual, I only informed the members in the evening as we were leaving church, God is indeed great, Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life

    Amen!(4)
  4. Many of us can relate to the stories of losing loved ones. It is the worst time of our lives. Many find ways to live a normal life again. Some solace is found in the fact that God will resurrect our loved ones again and we will see our loved ones again. I have two loved ones that have passed on. My Mother and my daughter, both from a fatal disease. Time heals all wounds!

    Amen!(3)

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