You alone are the Lord.
You made the skies and the heavens and all the stars.
You made the earth and the seas and everything in them.
You preserve them all, and the angels of heaven worship you. ~Nehemiah 9:6

Friday, April 6, 2018

On My Way to Heaven

Another inspirational video.

The older I get and the more of my friends and relatives have died, I'm thinking more about heaven than I did when I was younger. I'm sure this is the case with many people. My hubby is a retired pastor. He doesn't preach anymore but he still does memorial services. So many former members of our congregation had requested years ago that they want Clif to do their memorial service. This Saturday morning will be one of those times. It will be for the wonderful Christian man who played the piano at our last church  He didn't just "play" the piano, he was a great piano player and was also a great singer and an elder at the church. We had the service for his wife almost exactly a year ago. They were both a few years younger than I am. Life is short. When you're young you think you will never get old, and then before you know it, it happens. You're old. I'm so thankful that we have this blessed hope of heaven because of the finished work of Jesus on the cross. The above video is a great reminder of that fact.

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  1. Charlotte - thanks for hosting, I have been absent for a little while, but I am back and plan to be a regular again. I am so glad you will be able to celebrate the life of your dear piano singing man. Blessings on you and your husband Saturday as you do so. Life is short, and thanks for the video too :) Blessings

  2. Such a beautiful post and reminder to take each day as a gift from our Heavenly Father. Please accept my condolences on the loss of your friend.

  3. Oh how true on the before you know it, you're old. Seems from turning 50 to in the 70's is such a short trip. Enjoyed the video sharing. Hoping to see the movie eventually. I've been blessed in many ways, some I didn't even realize until late in life that He is always there.

    Peabea from Peabea Scribbles

  4. Charlotte, thank you for reminding us each day is a gift. May we love others well. You & your husband are surely a blessing and a comfort to those you shepherded. May God bring His peace in the loss of your friend.


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