Sunday, March 18, 2007

Dad's strength. Our comfort and strength. Your comfort and strength?


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... the LORD your God goes with you;
He will never leave you nor forsake you
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Deuteronomy 31:6 (New International Version)
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also Hebrews 13:5 (
New International Version)


Comments:
is this your dad or Mrs. Jim's



thank for the visit!

Blessings
 
Yes. Ditto. And AMEN! Those verses are great reminders of a daily reality.
 
This my Dad. He is in an Iowa nursing home. Age 97.
He took a turn for the worse this weekend and probably will not survive but another day or two.
You can pray for him, though he is not suffering. Dad has lead a very rewarding Christian life and is ready for his Reward now.
Also please pray for the family as we a await and prepare for his immenent end.
Thank you.
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Will Be!
 
Yes Jim we added C. Vernon to our prayers today at church and for all of you.
He is a great man. A humble servant indeed. We miss him.
There will be great rejoicing in Heaven.
 
Hi Jim ~~ Your Dad has had a long life and deserves a rest now with the Lord.
My prayers are with you all.
Thanks for your comments, glad you enjoyed The Letter, and now realize how lucky you are to be happy as a man
Take care, Regards, Merle.
 
Oh Jim, I'm so sorry to hear this. He has lived a long life but I know that you will miss him and it won't be easy to give him up. It never is. I'll certainly be thinking of you all and praying for you.
 
But Jim...I thought you were over a hundred. How can this be your dad?
Of course I will pray for him though.
Were you just pulling our legs when you said you were 105 years old. Let me know Ok...love from Terry

Hi Adi wherever you are you little darling!!
 
Hi Jim and mrs jim.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
 
Cliff has a wonderful write-up of his remembrances of Dad on his blog today. It is all true, Dad was wonderful.
Thank you very much Cliff.
http://cliffmorrow.blogspot.com/
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