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My Friend Rosalind is Gone

I just lost my best friend who was like a little sister to me. Her name is Rosalind. I had talked with her on August 11, 2011 and we ended our conversation with "I will talk to you tomorrow."  The next day she passed away while serving in the kitchen at her church.  My little sister loved the Lord and she was so happy doing the work of hospitality for the church.  She loved God, her church, pastor and wife and people. We always talked about the goodness of God and she knew that she had Favor…

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Added by Dianne on August 18, 2011 at 6:48pm — No Comments

Hold On To God

Hello, and I hope all of you are doing only what you can do for this day.  God is good and without Him we can do nothing.  Hold on to God's unchanging Hand.  We cannot see what's up the road, but God can and when we stay connected to Him, we find peace in the midst of the storm.  The storm is boisterous and we can become afraid, but don't let go of your faith.  Hold on and know that God is riding with you in the storm.  He'll be there with you when you feel that nobody else is there.  And when… Continue

Added by Dianne on July 15, 2011 at 10:40pm — No Comments

The Master's Plan

I wrote this poem during the grieving of my Mother's death.  Within this poem was God's answer to my question.

 

                 THE MASTER'S PLAN

Mom softly called me on the phone one day

Come go with me, help me prepare for my going away.

We quietly picked her casket, dusty rose and pink

Her makeup she wanted done by Johnny her godson.

She asked me to type her program - the Order of Service plan

The songs to be sung, the scripture to be…

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Added by Dianne on July 10, 2011 at 5:27pm — No Comments

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