Nothing grabs my attention more than a beautiful sunset. With great skill, God the master artist speckles the sunlight with dust to create that orange glow. Then on other days He swooshes the clouds and sun rays across the sky to form spectacular pictures.
As the sun sets and the evening draws nigh our time of rest has come. Yet as we sleep the earth turns and we know that with the dawn of a new day, the pattern will repeat and it won't be long before the sun will set again.
I've been deeply touched over the past few weeks, by friends who have had family members ill in hospital, by friends loosing a life long companion pet but even more deeply by friends who have lost loved ones that I have known well and cared deeply for.
As the sun has set on these precious lives, I know that not only will life continue for those left behind but that those who have departed will face the joy of an eternity of sunrises, but now in God's presence. My heart goes out in sympathy and compassion to all of you.
Written in loving memory of Esme Lubbe for whom we will say a final farewell tomorrow.
Posted By Ronwyn Hughes to GrowingwithGod by Ronwyn at 5/29/2013 10:34:00 PM
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