“The best effect of fine persons is felt after we have left their presence.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
I remember as a little girl, sitting right across my sister and mimicking her every move. While most little girls thought their Mothers were the most beautiful person in the World, I thought and I knew my Sister was the most beautiful person in the World. I loved and admired her so much that I was for her and into her. Though she loved to tease me, she always made sure I was taken care of. She was three classes ahead of me and at the end of school she would wait for my brother and me and together we would walk back home. Sometimes during rainy days, when the thunder would be so severe that I couldn’t sleep, I would jump off my bed running to her for comfort. She would always receive me with open arms. Those are Blessed Good Old Memories.
Today marks the fifteen anniversary of her death and the fourteen of my beloved Grandmother. In the mean time I have had the opportunity to find out my strengths and weaknesses as well as whatever else I was made of. Over the years, my Faith has been tested (and still being tested) in so many ways and stretched in all directions to mold me. Mold Me Lord, shape me, feed me Lord. With your knowledge that I may absorb and retain …
As I am looking forward to seeing what He has in store for me; I now have a good idea of why I am still here and what He desires from me. I am in awe of Him and the transformations in my Life.
Day has its sun,
And night the stars.
But God has candle-light.
Upon the world’s great candle-stick He sets
The little taper of yourself ashine,
That when the sun has sputtered out
And all the stars are dead,
Your immortality may flame and burn
Across His infinite immensity forever.
Wherefore He will sometime blow out the sun,
And snuff the stars,
“So shall My word be that goes forth from my mouth; It shall not return to Me void, but it shall accomplish what I please, and it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it.” — Isaiah 55:11 (NKJV)