It almost seems like I take one step foward then five steps backwards. I still have a large void in my heart. My mother has been gone for 17 months, almost to hard to believe!
Most of the day I think of my Mother and my Dad. I know there at peace and are together. But I can't get beyond the lonely moments, my daughters are young adults basically on there own. Don't see them to often, they have there own lives. Now I see myself and what my parents must of felt when my brother got married and started our familys. When there parents had left this world, they had each other!
I don't feel the love as I once felt...
Constantly putting possitive reinforcement out there, but truely I am lost, blessed, tossed at the same time!
Learning to cope with the loss of a parent is a path no one should ever have to walk.I have seen how you have great faith and trust in God and his promises. On that note you have been an encouragement. Even though the pain and loneliness is great, you have used it as an opportunity to show confidence in God’s righteousness! Even in the face of personal loss, we can be confident that God is not unrighteous. We can have confidence that everyone who gains everlasting life will be happy. Of God, the psalmist says: “You are opening your hand and satisfying the desire of every living thing. Jehovah is righteous in all his ways and loyal in all his works. Jehovah is near to all those calling upon him, to all those who call upon him in trueness. The desire of those fearing him he will perform, and their cry for help he will hear, and he will save them.”—Psalm 145:16-19.
I will keep you in my prayers…..
Thank you Brenda for your kind words. I truely know God hears my prayers, I believe he does hear all prayers. I know my Mother and Father would want me to be happy, I know they are Home in Heaven. I am grateful for the life and the parents he gave me.
I know my heart will sing with joy! I have faith! Cindy