Remember

My blogger buddy Peter is hosting the Blog Carnival this week. This time our topic is Remember. If you'd like to read other peoples thoughts on Remember, head on over to Peter's blog.

I've thought a lot about what I'd write since Peter announced our new Blog Carnival topic would be "remember". I thought of many topics such as:

remembering and recalling Scripture
remembering past lessons learned
remembering God's promises

Remembering God's promises really stuck with me. So that's my angle with this blog topic. But rather than making you read a long blog about how I will always choose to remember that, I'll just post pictures that are evidence of His promises.





These beautiful people are: My grandmother (Nanny), Elisha and Courtney and Griffin. All of them fought against a body that failed them. All of them were healed in Heaven. And because of God's promises, I will see them again. Amen and amen.

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11 comments:

Annie K said...

That is awesome Marni. And yes, you WILL see them in heaven and I bet they can't wait to see you!

katdish said...

Oh, man. That's fantastic.

Janet Oberholtzer said...

Ah ... yes, remembering God's promises. Good reminder of what carries us through the sadness of the loss of loved ones.

Helen said...

Yes. Amen and amen.

Peter P said...

Amen and Amen!

Bridget Chumbley said...

Pictures are worth a thousand words... and these show them all!

Thanks, Marni... oh, and Amen!

Maureen said...

A tender post. Your pictures speak from the heart.

Wendy said...

Oh sure, now you're going to make me cry. I won't be able to send that candy now because I'll be eating it to make myself feel better. Stupid cancer.

Candace Jean July 16 said...

Beautiful tribute. Remember they are all perfectly healed now.

Bernadette Pabon said...

Remembering those who came before us, is so hopeful,it strenghthen us to go forward and win the race, that Paul speaks about. I can hardly wait to see my mom, I only remember her in my mind, she passed when I was around five.

Ginny (MAD21) said...

This is wonderful. Remembering God's promises is so important. Thanks!