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I hunger for more opportunity to serve, too, Margaret. As a young Christian and young woman, I was in full time ministry as resident staff at a Teen Challenge center, doing street evangelism and prison ministry, crisis intervention and such. Being married with kids and now a grandson, I don't anticipate that level of ministry ever again but I know there is a place for me to serve the Lord, to win the lost, to exhort the saints. Let us pray for each other that God will open doors to us to serve the kingdom of God in greater ways. I applaud your work with children. It is invaluable. I was the nursery director for our church for about five years and I know that the love we showered upon those babies, the time we invested in prayer over them will not return void.

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Missy, Your analogy about the bus was great! I will try to remember it when others are grieving. The dream about my mother-in-law was a real surprise! She passed away so long ago, but it was a blessing too. The Lord has upheld me in many circumstances. I cannot thank or praise Him enough. I only hope that I am able to spread His word to some one in need. My children`s ministry is a a small part in thanking Him. I hope to grow and be able to do more someday.
I hope everyone is blessed.
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Margaret, I am so thankful that the post blessed you. When we were kids, we'd drive out to the airport, spread a blanket way on the outer edge, and watch the jets come and go, too. It was so exciting for us. Today, that would get us arrested as terrorists! lol You suffered a lot of loss in a short span of time. It kind of knocks you off balance when that happens. My oldest niece died at 27. Mama died 11 months later and Daddy 18 months after that. There are times when only the comfort of the Holy spirit will carry us through. I'm so thankful for our Comforter! *hugs* I thank Him for carrying you through that dreadful season of loss, for upholding Shelly in this time of grief, for strengthening all of us who have learned to surrender our joys and our pains to Him. I am so blessed by your posts, my dear brothers and sisters!

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2/16/11 8:22 A

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Take care of your legs Shelly! They need to last you a lifetime! I have hurt my knee/leg numerous times over the years and now have ITT Band Syndrome. I need to do PT often to keep it from worsening.
I am glad you are better from your grieving experience. My mother-in-law passed away over 25 years ago, and I dreamed of her last week-end. It was strange, yet comforting too.
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HI everyone emoticon

I have been spending a lot of time praying, reading the bible, and listening to devotional/teaching CDs through Joyce Meyer. I have not been here since Thursday which was the last time I posted here on this thread and on this team as well. I am feeling much better emotionally; I know the worst has past.

Thank you all so much for what you wrote. I am lucky to be part of this warm and loving team!!! emoticon emoticon s emoticon


I fell and hurt one of my knees which I had an ACL injury this past summer. It is injured again, but not nearly as bad, but I am in pain all the same. I have God wrapped around me. It took some work on my part to keep myself straight, and not get down. Again, I had to keep God centered, pray and talk to Him and ask Him to help me not to get discouraged. I am tired of hurting myself and dealing with my injuries and trying to exercise and lose weight while I am in pain, while nursing my wounds. It is a fight not to give up and to remind myself I am a child of God, that I have everything God has right inside me! I told myself that God’s healing has taken place. (I prayed and asked for His healing and told God I know you have healed me again.) I believe with all of my heart God had wrapped His hands around my knee and He is helping me again with all of this.

I was taking a break from posting here since I have a lap top and put the computer on my legs when I type. Typing this way causes me pain, so I have not been on the computer these last few days. I will get back on tomorrow, and take breaks now and then & keep going back to type if I have to in order to get back to going what I normally do here.

Hope you are all doing well, and thanks again for your comments.

Dear God this day is almost over and you have kept me in your thoughts. As I have kept you in mine I felt you within me and I want to give you my love through this prayer. Thank you dear God for being with me throughout my day. I love you more than anything I know. I know that as each day passes your healing will be completed. I do not care what it looks like, what it feels like, sooner or later I will be lifting those weights again, and my legs will once again look and feel strong. Through you O Lord my legs will have clear definition, and I will reach all my goals through you!!! In Jesus name I pray.


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JustJo, so glad you were able to bring your mother home after her illness. Thank the Lord. It is a blessing not to be taken for granted.

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My Mother has been very ill in the hospital. But thanks to my Father God she has recovered.

I'm Jo from North Central Texas.
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Hey Michele...I didn't know all of this was going on....so sorry for your loss...you are welcome to call me...did you get my letter? Praying for you...

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I love the way this group shares how the Lord comes to them and helps them during the good times and the bad. Thank you each and everyone for sharing your journey with the Lord, it helps others in ways you will never imagine. God bless you all.

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I thought this would be the appropriate place to share the words of a Sparker that struck me in the heart yesterday.

"Grief is an ocean. The tide comes in and then goes out and then comes in again. The salty water washes us away and then washes us clean. . . Sit in the sadness a little while, but trust that it won't always be this hard."

I am a finisher!

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Missy....you brought alot of emotion to your message...
.I was reading it and thinking about when we were first married,DH was in the US Navy stationed in San Diego....we didn`t have money for anything, so on week-ends sometimes we would drive to the airport and watch the planes leave and arrive....we made up stories about the people even!...it was cheap and fun and even exciting fora dumb 20 year old 2000 miles from home and family and any one I even knew..........
But when you laid it out as you did ....I relived the airport scenes, too.....Mom left in 2007, Daddy in 2008, best friend & bridesmaide in 2008.................I loved it and I thank you , even if you made me cry!

Shelly, I pray that have a healing and can face the world with renewed strength. The pain diminishes, but it is always there....God is good.

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I understand the pain of losing someone that you love. When I lost my father, it was an especially emotional time because I was pregnant at the time and I was a daddys girl. When I lost my mom it was expected but the pain was just as real. May your be comforted during your time of pain.

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I'm glad you're feeling better & that you're relying on the Lord to give you peace. I know when I lost my mom, I'd be doing fine, then a familiar smell, place, or any memory could bring that wave of sudden grief again. But the Lord was always there at my side to lift me back up!! emoticon

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I thank the Lord for sustaining you.

I am a finisher!

WHATEVER IT TAKES!

I am not where I need to be, but thank God I am not where I used to be. - Joyce Myers

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So glad you are feeling stronger and better, Shelly. We love you.

*hugs*

~Missy~

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Amen!!

You sound renewed.
God helps and heals.
Glad to have you back.
Just know we are here anytime for anything!

Hugs and Blessings,
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Thank you all so much! Today I am doing better. I only stayed in bed about 20 minutes this time. Each reply below helped me. I will write down that web site Warmspringday, thanks so much!

Today has been the best day since we got home. I feel renewed, it is hard to describe, but I feel more like myself. This week on the Take It goal the action step is Take Yourself Back, and I AM taking myself back and running with God!!! I will be victorious through God and I will honor and glorify Him through this!

I am drinking my water, and I am eating the food that I was eating before Carl died (all healthy food) and yesterday I spent a lot of time exercising. emoticon God is helping me, and although I spent some time stumbling the past 9 days I am now standing firm! I will take each day as it comes and remain sheltered by and through God. Thank you again for all of your support. emoticon emoticon

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Missy, how beautifully written. emoticon

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Thank you for pouring your heart and your life out to us, Shelly. Your post brought to mind a devotional that I have come to love very much called Lifetime Guarantee. This is the post from today:

Going Home
Tuesday 08 February, 2011 by Anabel Gillham

I Corinthians 15:16-17
II Corinthians 5:6-8
I Thessalonians 4:13-14
Revelation 21:4-5

I was pondering death one day, immersed in the loneliness that is inevitable when someone you have loved so very much isn’t a part of your life any longer.

I would no longer be going to Poteau "for a few days to be with Mother." I wouldn’t be calling to talk to her about the books she was reading or about one of her delicious recipes. I wouldn’t be sending the flowers that she loved so dearly. She was simply no longer there.

The finality of a lost relationship is beyond comprehension. It only becomes reality as the days pass. Granma Hoyle, Aunt Lucy, Uncle Al—they had all been gone for years. My beloved Dad and dear, sweet, little Mason—and now, Mother.

These thoughts came to me and over the years have become very precious. I would like to share them with you. . . .

My family was still "intact," and they loved me. They were proud of me. I was very special to them, and they were very special to me.

I went to Northeastern State College in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. I know—you’ve never heard of it. That’s all right. Of course, I didn’t have a car to go back and forth between Tahlequah and Poteau, my beloved hometown, about a three-hour drive away. So I frequented the bus station.

Perhaps you remember how those bus trips were: The driver would dutifully announce, in his best monotone, the towns as we would approach them. (That monotone must have been one of the requirements for being a bus driver!) As he did so, certain people would gather their belongings, stand at the exit, and then get off. They were home. Where they had been or how long they had been gone or the circumstances that brought them back—none of those things concerned me. Just the thrill of going home!

I didn’t know any of the people getting off, but as I got closer and closer to Poteau, I’d get more and more excited!

"Westville."

"Stilwell.

"Sallisaw" . . . and I knew I had less than an hour left.

Mother and Daddy would be there to meet me when I stepped off the bus. My anticipation grew because I knew just what to expect. Everything was going to be prepared for me. My room would be spotlessly cleaned, and there would be a single red carnation in a bud vase on my dresser. There would be fried chicken, chocolate pie, fresh tomatoes, and probably an "almost finished" new dress that Mother would have ready for me to try on. All of my favorite things! How dear to remember it even now. And I know that those people who got off at Westville and Stilwell—who were secure in their love from the people they were meeting—felt just like I did.

There’s Cavanaugh mountain!

"Spiro." (Thirty minutes.)

"Panama." (Fifteen minutes.)

"Shady Point." Almost there . . . almost home!

* * *

In my life, I’m "riding the bus" with Mason and Dad, Mom and Pop, Mother and all of my other dear ones. I certainly didn’t dream that my little boy, Mace, was going to get up—step off the bus—and be Home that day in May of 1972. Nor that Mother would smile and wave goodbye and step through the door on June 22, 1981. She was Home! And the people who were meeting her! There’s Marcus, her beloved husband, Aunt Lucy and Uncle Al, Grandma Cummins, Mace . . . how exciting! How wonderful!

I don’t turn around and look at their empty seats and think about things I never said, or things that I did say. I don’t linger, remembering how much fun we had as we rode together. I don’t think about the experiences we shared through the trip. No, that’s a "luxury" that I do not afford myself.

Instead, I think of the clean room with the single red carnation on the dresser . . . the fried chicken . . . the chocolate pie . . . the fresh tomatoes. I think about all the preparations for the gala Homecoming.

And, of course, I don’t know who in my circle of love is going to begin gathering their things together and get off at the next stop. But I do know that if I can just see with spiritual eyes, I will see them smile, wave goodbye, and dash into the waiting arms of loved ones—smothered with kisses and held once more in those embraces that had been only a poignant memory for years and years. And ultimately they will be ushered into the waiting arms of our beloved Jesus! Incomparable! More than wonderful!

I’m getting closer and closer as my hair begins to thin and my scalp shows through the gray, as it gets a bit more difficult to get up, once I’ve gotten down. Maybe the driver is calling out "Stilwell" about now. And the anticipation is building. They’ll be watching for me and everything will be ready! They love me. I’m secure in that. And, best of all, Jesus will be there . . . with open arms. Oh! I am beginning to get so excited about finally getting . . . HOME!

* * *

May the Lord bless you, dear one, and fill your life with anticipation.

~Missy~

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You share it all. You come hear and do what the Spirit leads you to do for your heart.

Grief effects and affects each of us diffrently.

There is only true healing in God.

There are so many great resource out there, perhaps one will trigger in yourself what you need.

He will lead you, listen softly, He will tell you.

Go to your base, find His word to strengthen you, find His word to heal, find His word to bring your faith in peace.

Hugs,
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thank you so much for sharing GlitterGirl,

I had no clue you were going through this with your father now father-in-law and my heart and prayers go out to you and your husbands not to mention family.

I love the analogy you explained about he train and the heavy load of groceries it hit really home and I felt your pain.

I know what you are going through as I lost my grandmother back in Oct. 2010 and yes God heals he's amazing and he loves us.

You are in my thoughts,

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Thank you for sharing this window to your grief. I find it is like waves with no rhyme nor reason. Here is a link to a great site that will send daily grief emails if you subscribe. I have found it absolutely helpful since the loss of my Mom. Not all of them apply, but almost daily I find something as a take-away for myself. They approach grief from a solid faith-based position, including Scripture verses.

www.griefshare.org/

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I don't know how to be any other way with you but honest, and to share my life with you fully. To be real with you as a person, a friend, and as one of the leaders for this team I will be open to you about every part of my life, which includes my pain.

Many people know that I lost my father in law last week. A week and one day ago today my husband and I were in PA due to a heart attack my father in law Carl had on Sunday afternoon. We stayed at my mother in laws for 7 days. We left PA Sunday.

My husband stayed home from work Monday and we spent the day like so many other days together, except of course there was one person in our lives who was missing.

I stayed in bed most of today. It was the first time I was completely alone with my thoughts and feelings since we found out Carl died. All day long while I was in bed I prayed and talked to God. When I would drift off to sleep God was in my dreams and he comforted me there as well. I would wake up and talk to Carl, and think about him and the times we shared while John and I were there visiting. I was in my bed for many hours, and though I was in pain I was also at peace.

After I got out of bed I decided to take a drive. The sun was shining brightly, and I believe God wanted me to be in my car surrounded by His sun light. I took along with me a CD from the group 3RD Day. As I drove down the street of our subdivision their lyrics comforted me, and the Holy Spirit filled me. It was not long before I was stopped by a train. As the horn from the train blew it echoed the whaling mourning my heart screaming out to God. The pain of the absences of Carl surrounded me and I began to cry. I sat there in my car and watched the train quickly pass by. I sat there thinking about how a train first starts up as it begins to pull that heavy load. The train slowly begins to tug the heavy load it begins to pull. The wheels crank tugging the weight which it will carry for endless miles. Although the train starts out almost in slow motion as it first starts to barley move at times reach a very fast speed in comparison. I thought of my pain within me and knew that God has lifted this pain before, and it will be lifted again. Before I knew it the train was gone, and a clear view of the intersection was within my vision. I thought of how in life things become so cloudy and murky, and then one day everything is clear. Just as this intersection is now clear from the rushing train which blocked the cars on the other side of the road... now the noise is gone, the tracks are clear, and the cars which have been waiting and now moving...life goes on.

I have shred part of my day with you because I love you. I want to help all of you who are grieving in some way. You are not alone. Our pain is shared through our prayers for one another.

God's spirit is with us. We are uplifted Through God's Grace. Have you ever carried a heavy box or bag of groceries for a while? After someone took that heavy load from you immediately your arms were lightened, and your shoulders no longer bared the pain from the stress which was upon them.

There are all kinds of things which we load upon our shoulders, and all kinds of situations in life can cause our hearts to be heavy and weight us down. Just as I wrote about this weight, that heavy load- once it is taken from us the weight of it is lifted, and we can rest within God and the grace which he gives us.

While I was in PA my sister called me and asked me how I was going. I told her. "We are adjusting and then readjusting, adjusting, and then readjusting, and adjusting. After a while a level of peace will come to us." This peace can only come from God through His loving grace. At times I feel completely fine, and then before I know it I am crying. I praise God and I am happy that Carl is in heaven now, but I miss him.

I am sharing my heart with you and I can only hope that in some way this is helping someone who is reading my words. As everything I experience in my life I share with you so that you can see how Jesus works in my life. How he carries me and helps me. And although my faith and relationship with God helps me in so many countless ways, we all still have to grieve in some way, but that pain can and will be done through God.

As my heart continues to mend I will share it with you, and God will be with you as your heart mends as well. God bless you.

Dear Jesus thank you so much for being with me in my heart and in my dreams today. I love how you love me, and although my heart feels as though it is broken I know that you are still with me though my pain, and loss. God how many people today on this team is suffering in some way? Lord, I ask you to fill them in the way that they need you right now. God, I know that you will do this for me, & that you are using me to help others. I say all of this in a humble way, for it is only my need to serve you that I open my heart. God may you comfort and give to all those who need you now, and give us your peace, grace, and love. As your Spirit completely fills us let us grow through you and teach others of your ways in Jesus name I pray amen.


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