One thing remains

by Alan Paul

Me and my daughter were headed to our annual parade. When mom called and said dad took a spill. As I drove out to the house I remembered the night before with dad he was bailing hay in the morning. My foot got heavier on the gas pedal as I approached the house I see the cops and ambulance. I grab my daughter head to the trailer were the hay is kept, i see the emt performing CPR on dad. I was crushed my dad my rock was leaving me. May 12, 2012 will always be etched in my heart and all my memories got engraved deeper in my mind. I have always been a believer and know jesus came for me and my sins. When dad passed at the hospital a few hours later I had no one to turn too anymore. I found someone that was never lost, that never gave up, never ran out on me. As me and my family approach this Christmas it is difficult still searching for that peace in my heart. Since dads passing I searched the Internet to find the right songs that express what I feel. Jesus culture my soul longs for you and one thing remains. I rededicated my life back to the one that never gave up on me may 12th 2012. I await the day me and dad reunite but untill then I will be the rock for my daughter. I will teach her what you taught me. But above all I will teach her YOUR LOVE NEVER FAILS NEVER GIVES UP NEVER RUNS OUT ON ME. Merry Christmas dad we miss you, my lord and savior I love you. May god bless you as he always has this Christmas season.

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Dec 22, 2012
One thing remains
by: Doreen U.K.

Alan I am sorry for your loss of your Dad. It is a very painful time for us as we approach Christmas a family celebration of Love and family time together. I lost my husband of 44yrs. to cancer one week before your father on 5th May 2012. This a long and hard road of grief for us. It is at Family celebrations that we will feel this VOID in our lives. Times of gathering together and some of our family is missing from the picture. Life will never be the same again as we try to forge our way into a life without them.
I am glad you know Jesus. He is OUR HOPE. He is our Comfort in our sorrow and Grief. Jesus knows about Death as he gave up his own life for us. Taking it back again so that we have this ETERNAL HOPE of a Life to come where we will be reunited with our lost loved ones. This Hope is what will get us through each day of our Loss.
May God be with you each day and give you the strength to go on every day with HOPE.

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