Painting by Abraham Hunter –
click here to read his biography
I love this!! I have never seen this before. This is truly awesome. Thank you so much for sharing this.
Wonderful post. Hope you have a wonderful Easter.
That obituary would be so sad if I didn't know what happened next. Can't wait to read the papers tomorrow!
Wow ~ I would love to send this to some folks dear to my heart.Wishes for a joyous Resurrection Day, dear Deb.
Deb, the first time I saw this I was amazed and my heart was touched! It brought back my son's obit and somehow the LORD tied the two together for me..in that my heart suffered the death of my son, and the Father's heart suffered the death of His Holy Son! I wept ..for at that very moment though it is hard for the human mind to conceive ...I realized to some degree I was privileged in that I experienced the same "agony" < to a degree > that the Father did in the death of his son...not to say, Craig's death was for that purpose but in "his death" God ministered to me His love and insight on how to take what was at hand and allow him to take my heartache < sorrow > and turn it into joy .Thanks for the precious reminder this morning. Big Hugs Love ya Much!
BTW :HAPPY RESURRECTION WEEKEND ! MAY THE CURCIFIED CHRIST RECEIVE PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING AND MAY THE RESURRECTED CHRIST RECEIVE PRAISE AND GLORY ..IT TOOK BOTH TO MAKE US COMPLETE IN HIM ...
Love it Deb! I haven't seen it before either, will be sending this to my sister x
I agree with Debbie, can't wait to see what the headlines are going to read in three days! Now that is something to behold. Thanks for sharing and have a blessed Resurrection Day!
Gracious words are a honeycomb,sweet to the soul and healing to the bones.Proverbs 16:24