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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

20 Years Ago Today...

Dave and Alex - McComb, Mississippi



Twenty years ago today, our little 4 year old boy passed from this life to the next.

In one moment, he may have remembered seeing my face looking at him, but in the next moment he opened his eyes and saw Jesus.

There is always a mixture of feelings on this day. Sadness at what might have been and happiness that he is safe and well. He no longer needs a wheelchair. He can run and play with no hindrances whatsoever.

I wonder often what he is doing and who he is seeing. I wonder if he ever thinks of me. 

I think about one of the last things he ever said to me, "Mom, what are we having for breakfast tomorrow?" He really enjoyed breakfast:)

But thankfully, joy outweighs any sadness. This life truly is temporary. All the things that seem so hard today won't carry carry the same pain when we stand before God.

I want to encourage you today that if you are feeling alone or forgotten, you aren't. There is Someone who passionately loves you and sees the pain you feel. If you want Him to, He will come in and walk with you and you will never be alone again. There is nothing you have done that can't be forgiven or redeemed.

That is what I want you to know today.

I know that some things hurt so badly and you want to know the whys of it all.

I don't have the answer to that either. But Jesus will never leave you or forsake you. He will stay with you until the end.

One day I will hear his voice say, "Mom!" again. All the sickness and fear will no longer be associated with him any more. I will see him whole and happy and running to meet me.


14 comments:

  1. I'm so sorry for your loss, Kathy...yet so grateful and excited that you will see him again one day and hear the sweet sound of his voice. Huge Hugs!

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  2. Thankful that you are so grace filled with this tragedy. It brings hope to many.

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  3. Thankful that you are so grace filled with this tragedy. It brings hope to many.

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  4. Wow! Your post was so timely for me. I never would have imagined identifying with you on this subject, but who ever does?, right. Our darling daughter Megan Sue Dean passed away totally unexpectedly last Tuesday at only 28. Words fail me but peace surrounds and encompasses. I soaked your rememberance in of that day. Thanks for your blog

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    1. Words simply cannot express the sorrow I feel. I am so sorry about the loss of your beautiful daughter Megan. You are on my heart and will continue to be. Much love, Kathy

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  5. Thank you for your words of encouragment and ur willingness to share your loss and your love. I have had hard few months with the question of why. Why God? i lost my dad at 5 to a drug overdose and lost my bio. Family at 9 when i was placed in fostercare and i have felt like it has defind my entire life and no matter what i do nothing will ever change i will always be trapped by this heartache as a child. Your words have given me hope. God bless you and your family and i believeb he thinks of you often and maybe even a part of the great cloud of witnesses that is cheering you on. Love Cherish

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    1. I believe that God can heal your broken heart. I bless you today and thank you for your kind words. Love, Kathy

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