No Post Today – But 20/20 Vision

American Yellow Warbler (Dendroica aestiva) singing by J Fenton

American Yellow Warbler (Dendroica aestiva) singing by J Fenton

Maybe tomorrow I’ll get a blog out.

Yesterday, Dan and I drove down to Fort Lauderdale (200 miles) to see my 94 year old sister, Charlotte. She had been in Intensive Care, ICU, with pneumonia. They took her to a regular room, and started her on morphine. She was dying. We were able to be there for about 5 hours before we had to drive back.

My sister was legally blind, but  a few minutes past midnight today, she received perfect 20/20 vision as she went into the presence of the Lord. She is seeing Jesus “Face to Face”

Looking back over the blogs, Dr. Gregory’s song, “Singing” has just the words I want to share. This is from:

Sunday Inspiration – Singing Birds

“Singing” – by Dr. Richard Gregory (permission given by Mrs. Gregory)

Dr. Gregory, who was a member of our church, is now in the presence of the Lord. He is seeing His Saviour “Face to face.”

Though we are sad at our loss, we are rejoicing in our sister’s new vision and home. She accepted the Lord as her personal Savior years ago. Did she deserve heaven? No more than any of us do, but Jesus provided a way, and paid the price for our salvation.

Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. If ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also: and from henceforth ye know him, and have seen him. (John 14:6-7 KJV)

This link will explain how to receive the Lord:

Thank you for all those that were praying for her and now for those who will be praying for all of our families involved. (Brothers, sisters, sons, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and lots of friends)

Sunday Inspiration – Singing Birds


5 thoughts on “No Post Today – But 20/20 Vision

  1. Charlotte is now with her Creator-Redeemer, everlastingly, in the most wonderful of places, with a resurrection body (1st Corinthians 15) — and I’m glad you got to have those 5 hours with her before she left for Home ( ). One day I will meet her, there, with so many others I already know, as well as myriads I don’t yet know, who have God’s grace in Christ to thank, for being created and redeemed. It’s doubtful that I’ll make it to 94; my graduation day approaches, when I can no longer serve God in this mortal body, on Earth. Meanwhile, I must keep conscious of my real citizenship (Philippians 3:20). Here we mourn temporary separations, but not like those without a secured expectation. May God bless you and Dan, Lee, as you continue to serve our Lord here with the assignments He gives, one day at a time.

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  2. I am very sorry to hear of your sister’s passing. Please accept my condolences. Have enjoyed your postings about birds for close to a year already. Very educational and stimulating.

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