I would like to say to everyone first that I am not here to change your mind or try and brainwash you or something to that effect. So, if you can have an open mind for just a few minutes and keep reading, I promise at the end it will be your choice to believe or not to believe.

Please bear with me if I stumble or am repetative, I don't mean to and it doesn't mean I don't know what I'm saying, it's just that I don't know how to say some of the things I want. My husband was the preacher in our family and he was going to teach me how to be a good and effective soul-winner, however he did not get that chance, the good Lord took him from me and this painful earth for the peaceful Heaven before he was able to. So I'm afraid you are a bunch of my guinea pigs, lol, sorry.

The first thing I would like to pose to you is if there were not a God, were did everything/ everyone come from? Science tries to explain it away- but if you really look deep into math's timeline- it doesn't really add up with all of the items that have been found. And to that account- how can you explain there being seashells at the very top of mountains were it takes man many attemps, and difficult ones at that to reach. Even on his death bed, the great Darwin, took back everything he had ever wrote and admitted that he was wrong.

Next, I would like to speak about ghosts. I know many of you have these stories, I myself have some. Here is the scary thing...ghosts don't exist (to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord). What we perceive as ghosts, reasonable harmless, are actually demons (yes deamons are real and here on earth doing the devils business). The good thing. for all you paranoid movie-buffs out there, a demon cannot inhabit the same place as the Lord. So, if you have invited the Lord into you heart and are a true born-again Christian- then you don't have to worry a deamon cannot possess you becuase your heart is already filled with Christ. Now, with that being said, even if you are saved they may not be able to enter your body, but hey can still inflict pain and misery to those people, places, and items any time they want. I have some of mu own personal tales but we won't get into those now. If you would life to here them feel free to email me and I'll be happy to share.

Once you have accepted God in your heart you will feel a change in everything and especially in your heart. The best way I can describe it is like being wrapped up in a warm blanket and nothing can get to you there. I say this, but of course, the world is still the same miserable place it was before, the difference is how we walk through it. We know that this is not the end. When we do pass on, we will be walking on streets of gold surrounded by beautiful mansions (1 of which is ours), all of our pain and sadness (physically and emotionally) is gone- a long distant memory soon forgotten, and we will be reunited with our loved ones who had gotten their first. The only emotion now is happiness. The happiness in our heart while alive time infinity.

That is why, yes it is hard on the physical and wprldy emotional side to loose my husband& soul-mate, but I do have some comfort knowing that he is watching us from Heaven as our own personal angel and we will soon be with him for the rest of eternity.

If there is more you would like to discuss with me about this feel free to email me and questions or comments and I will be more than happy to be here for you.

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Comment by Karen T. on February 15, 2015 at 6:44pm

How wonderfully put Linton. I don't know what kind of music you listen to, but if it is country odds are you have heard the Brad Paisley song "Wainting on a Woman." Also hopfully you have seen the video with Andy Griffith. I can not watch that video at all without crying. At first it reminded me of my grandfather because he always resembled Andy Griffith and he did die a few years before my grandmother. Now I think of my husband sitting up there (if you haven't seen the video I hope I don't ruin the end) with my grandfather telling stories about us and my husband now waiting on me- even though there is a huge age gap between us and the video (husband 32, me 31, Andy in his late 70s I believe and my grandfather and grandmother (passed last year) both age 80s. Still, watch the video and you will completely understand.

Comment by Linton on February 15, 2015 at 12:49pm

Well said Karen. Although I really don't believe that the ones that have gone on before us are "looking down at us" or seeing what we do. Because in many cases, that would cause them grief and tears, and God promised to wipe away every tear. I think that they are so consumed with being in the presence of an all loving God, that they will just wait until we meet again and can share in that unimaginable joy. My profile picture is my wife's senior picture in high school, because we were married a few months after it was taken.

  I became a Christian before her...although looking back I see that she was pointing me that way. And I remember sitting down and holding her hands and praying together that God would forgive her sins, that she realized that Jesus was her personal savior. We were both in tears when we finished. I looked at her and asked if she really meant that. She had such a broad beautiful smile and said "Yeah...I really did" I kissed her forehead and said  "Welcome to the Kingdom". After 37 years of marriage. she passed on December 1st, 2014. I am not a widower. I'm a married man whose wife is waiting for him on the other side.

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