Monday, September 10, 2007

Ultimate Healing

Once again, I'm not sure the best way to say this, so out it comes.

My dear beloved Amy has gone home to meet her Lord. Shortly after 4:00 PM on this, September 10th, 2007, she took her last sweet breath. Moments before, she leaned up to me, and with much effort, told me she loved me - and gave me a kiss through her oxygen mask.

As someone else said on another blog when their dear one passed away, I never knew one could be at so much peace and have such a broken heart at the same time.

Thank you once again for all of your prayer.

And know that for all of you we've come to know that are still fighting your own battes that we're still praying for you.

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lynn said...

Dear Brandon, Gary and family,
I am so sad for your family, but also giving thanks that Amy is all better and with Jesus. I will be praying for you in the weeks and months ahead, as God puts you all on my heart. May the Lord comfort you and hold you close.

Mommahbear. said...

I am so sorry for your loss. That sentence is so cliche and I'm sorry that I don't have better words for you. I will pray that God will continue to speak to you and into you. Blessings for you. I am sorry for your broken hearted peace. Much love. Your strength has been illuminating.

Cathy said...

Thinking of you all and wishing you comfort. I have not been on Amy's blog for a few weeks and was so so sad to read the news XXCathy

Rochelle said...

I found Amy's blog linked on a friend's blog a couple months ago, during a trying time in my life. It was so amazing to watch her go through what she did and yet remain positive and finding her strength in the Lord. I fell behind on reading blogs for the past month or so, and just now read that Amy passed away nearly a month ago. I am so sorry for your loss, and yet what is our loss is Heaven's gain. Prayers for you and your family. May God be with you and may He allow Amy a window in Heaven to see you continue to use her story for God's glory... so her suffering and death may not be in vain. Blessings.

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