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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Pray for Those Facing Their Last Tommorow

You may or may not know that along with blogging I am a full-time care giver. I care for those who for one reason or another can not care for their selves no longer. At times that means those who suffer from mental illness and for others it may mean that the passage of life is ending for them. To watch your loved one fall from the pedestal they once sat proudly upon is difficult no matter the circumstances. Many will turn to prayers and trusting doctors and medicine to heal their loved one.

After much prayer there comes a time when one knows that their loved one will never return to who they were. What will we do without their leadership, love and care in our lives?? Caregivers often suffer from guilt and emotions. While we do not want to see our loved one suffer we may not be ready to see them go either. While it is difficult to do we must be able to recognize that death may occur.

There is much that needs to be done as an individual comes to the end of their lives. Our fears, their fears if they are able to share, funeral arrangements, goodbyes, apologies, love and oh so many other feelings. There is one more thing that you may want to help the loved one with. What about after death have they considered what may happen. Be sure if possible that they understand what waits for them beyond their last moment. If they believe , they will see Him at the end

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  1. There is such peace that comes in knowing this life is not the end but the beginning. May God bless you as you care for others.And may you have a blessed Sunday!

    1. thank you so much for this awesome comment. I do find a peace in caring for others and knowing that I know that there is a better place and that the end of this world is not the end but the beginning


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