Archive for the ‘Death/Grief’ Category

The Body Bag Is Full Of Life

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD I was waiting patiently outside the assisted living facility for my wife,  when two men wheeled someone out the front door in a body bag,  and reverently started placing it in the back of the long black Hearse. My wife happened to come out the door at the same time. She walked over to the car, opened […]

The Pain Will Be Forever Buried When The Little Ones Come Marching Home!

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD Suddenly she said to me, “Pull over, pull over.” So I pulled the car off to the side of the road. “That’s the cemetery where my little girl friend was buried. She died when I was six. I want to see her grave.” It’s been over fifty years since my wife stood […]

Waiting For ‘The Iron Horse To The City Of Angels’

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD “And the gates of it shall not be shut at all by day: for there shall be no night there.” (Rev. 21:25) The sounds of the station are so vibrant and filled with ‘colors my world.’  The bustle of the passengers, and  the shouts of the vendors are all about us.  Life is […]

But He Has Such Beautiful Feet! (In Appreciation Of Spouses Everywhere)

Print or EmailTheDiscipleMD A few years ago I had the opportunity to sit down with my sister-in-law and reminisce about her now deceased husband who was my brother. Cancer had taken him at the young age of fifty-nine. She related to me that when my brother was in his last days of life, she stood […]

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