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TITLE: Psalm 116
By Cindy Odom
12/05/08
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I used to find the verse in Psalm 116 very odd because precious and death do not seem to fit together. I have come to understand Godís view of death is different from ours. We usually see death as an enemy who steals our loved ones from us. A grim and tragic ending to life. But to those like my parents, whose hopes and trust in our Lord, death did not come as an enemy, but as a blessed release.
My parents are more alive now than ever before because they are safely at home with our Lord.
Psalm 116 "Precious in the site of the Lord is the death of His saints."

He prayed to go to Heaven for Christmas,
How is missed his beloved wife,
It had been two years,
Since she lost her life.

How wonderful is our Lord,
To give answers to our prayers.
On Christmas Eve he went to sleep,
To awake in Heaven.

It must have been extra special,
For my dad on Christmas Day,
To awaken to see my mother,
I wondered what he would say.

But most of all it must have been glorious,
For my parents on that Christmas morn,
To walk in Heaven together with our King,
With Jesus Christ our Lord.
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