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Please pray for my Mom. She is dying of cancer. She has always been a very holy woman. Please pray for God to keep the suffering away until He calls her home.

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Praying for your Mom and  for God's favor and grace in your circumstances.

May the peace of God be with you all.

Amen Journeyman, and my prayers are with you Kimberly.

Is. 26:3  
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.

Heb. 12:2, says,  
Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross...

JB

Praying 

I am praying Kimberly. God bless you!

Love,

Mary

Thank all of you for praying for my Mom. She has had 3 good days. Blessings upon all of you
I was crying and calling upon God to help me. I said, "God, please harden me to what I am facing, don't let losing my Mom crush me. I went home and went straight to the word and God said, " Fear not ( there is nothing to fear ) ; do not look around in terror and be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen and HARDEN to difficulties, yes I will help you I wl hold you up and retain you with My ( victorious ) right hand of rightness and justice." When I read the word harden I leaped inside because I knew God heard my prayer. I praise Him for my Mom. She is a wonderful Mom. She is highly praised by everyone that knows her because of her love and faith in God. Please keep praying for her.
Dont loss hope sis. God heal your Mom. He do possible things that man cant do =)

Hi Kimberly, God bless you!

During the time that Gary's dad was so ill, we went back and forth. He's get stronger and we'd come home. I stayed home and Gary and Shari went to visit. They came home, and on the way home, I got the call that Harry passed away. Rough call. No cell phones at the time otherwise I would have said go back. I had to wait for them to get home. People had to take care of themselves like eat, change clothes. That's when it happened. None of Harry's family was in the room. It's true we were in grieving and in shock. They all felt they had abandoned Harry. I finally realized that Harry was never alone.

Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid of them: for the LORD thy God, he it is that doth go with thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee. (Deuteronomy 31:6 KJV)

I don't know if that is a great example or not, but we are never ever alone.  Even when Harry was snoozing and family slipped out the door and went down the hall to forage for food. We are God's children. We are not alone.

And teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age. (Matthew 28:20 NIV)

There's all kinds of verses that talk about it.  :-)

Love,

Mary

That is so true, Mary, I asked my Mom if she was afraid of being alone in the room by herself. She looked at me and said, I am not alone. Me and my two siblings hover over her. I was just afraid she maybe afraid, after I thought about it I realized I had asked her a dumb question.

This was a few years back. A friend of mine was feeling distraught and we hugged and prayed. He was with his dad when he passed away. He said the room lit up. That may not seem that unusual, but we had prayed for angels to comfort. He came back to work and said...Mary it was evening and the light was off in his room, but there was light in the room. We realized his daddy had an angel there with him. He said the room was very peaceful.

My Aunt Florence before she passed away said angels were in her room.  Everyone that was present day left with stronger faith. She told all of them...There's angels here. I believe we are never alone.

Love,

Mary

God is good all the time. This quote is too known but its true. God will heal your mother judt keep your faith on Him. And he will do the rest. I will pray for your mother Sis.

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