Although it Hurts… 

I just recently lost my father to cancer and it hurts in ways you cannot imagine. Unless you yourself have experienced losing a parent, you cannot even begin to comprehend the insurmountable pain it causes. For me, my whole world stopped the day my father passed. Nothing else mattered at that moment and I could not care less about anything else. All I wanted or cared about was having my father back…

After a couple of hours had passed and I was able to calm myself down, I began to feel at peace again. Why? Because I realized that although my father had passed on, he was now resting in peace. Adding to that, he passed away peacefully. This was not a “good-bye” to my beloved father. It was more of a “see you later because I know that I will be able to welcome him back in the Resurrection. That is what I believe in and that is what brings me comfort.

I am longing for the day when I will see my father young, vibrant and healthy again! Sulking in my sorrows is not what my father would have wanted nor is it something I was raised to do. I come from a family where our greatest strengths come from some of the most depressing moments and trials. Not only that, we have a strong belief and faith in the Resurrection hope. If you thought I was determined before, my level of determination has just been amplified times ten! I’m going to do great with my first novel series The Chronicles of Neffie and I cannot wait to tell my father all about it when the Resurrection comes.

I have one seal already on the cover as a five star read and I cannot wait to add a few more. This is only the beginning. Stay tuned for your opportunity to receive an advanced review copy before it’s release in February 2018.

Until next time… 

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5 thoughts on “Although it Hurts… ”

  1. Really sorry to hear about your father, I lost mine to a massive heart attack, the lost was sudden and he was only sick for 6 days and was gone. I too look forward to the resurrection, because of him bringing the truth to our home we have a bright future.

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