Oct 18, 2009

The mystery is not why Steve died from cancer, but rather why he was chosen as a recipient of redemption.

7 comments:

Natasa said...

Recently I listened song called 'All my tears' and I immediately thought about your family... Steve is now with Jesus in better place without pain and tears... blessings to the rest

Kyliesmylie said...

What a great perspective you have. God is so Gracious, Kind and Righteous. Even though sometimes it's hard to see it. It is so true and what a blessing it is to see your example of trust in him. God bless you and give you all peace. I will be praying for you all.

Anonymous said...

Amen. And praying.

SharonL said...

So true!! Thanks for the reminder. Prayers continue for all of you.

Jennifer said...

thank you for that wonderful reminder. what a blessing this blog has been in my life. still praying.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful resemblance in the picture of an uncle and a nephew. What a wonderful day it would be if we can see a similar resemblance between a father (Ian) and a son or daughter. Amen.
I often ask similar questions to what you raised in this post. I ask why God has taken Steve away from me. Also, I am five years older than Steve and wonder why God took him before me (I thought I should go first). The answer to my repeated questions came in my friend (and Steve’s friend) email and said: God wanted Steve more than me and God wanted Steve to be on his side more than I wanted Steve to be on my side. Continue to pray for Ian and the Murphy’s. Love
Azad

Anonymous said...

Victory in Jesus.