Just For My Mother

It has been six years since my “mummy” went home to be with the Lord.  I was with her the last three months of her life~~she was terminal and wanted to stay in her home, I respected that and stayed by her side 24 hours a day.  They day she passed, I held her hand and said, “It’s ok mom…take Jesus hand”.  <starting to get a little teary here so I’ll shorten this>

Our relationship wasn’t a lifetime of happy memories, it was far from that.  However, in God’s amazing grace, seven months prior to her diagnosis, we became very close.

When I was a very young girl, about 5, my mother taught me  song. 

This is my dedication to you my Mummy–

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Streim

There is great peace and joy in knowing the Lord Jesus Christ as my Savior. I am blessed to serve our Heavenly Father through Him. Everyday is a new day to share the the glorious Gospel message of grace and forgiveness; the blessings of hope; the Father God's eternal promises; and the importance of living daily in the will of God according to the Scriptures, especially now with the world in chaos and uncertainty. My life before I asked God to forgive me of all my sin through the blood of Jesus Christ and I repented (turned away from it); was one of utter selfishness in all aspects of my life. I partied, I lived for ME and only me! Now, I live for Him, with great joy daily. I want to share the Gospel, encourage other sisters/brothers in Christ through prayer and do as He leads by the faith He's given through His abundant grace! Read more on my "About Me" page at my site.

3 thoughts on “Just For My Mother”

  1. I know you are most thankful that you were able to give her comfort in her last days.

    This reminds me of the time my mother passed at age 100. She hadn’t been ‘with it’ for a number of years, didn’t know us, and often became very agitated. She always settled when I sang “How Great Thou Art” (and I assure you it wasn’t my singing as I can’t sing a note in tune).

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    1. Yes…you are very right. I always told everyone it was the the most beautiful 3 months of my life, at the same time the saddest. I just praise our God that she knew Him as Savior and there will come a day when I will see her and my step-father again.
      Thanks for the comment…and what a sweet message your situation brings.
      ~streim~

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