Tears stream, written in most part by the third heart in my life, my oldest sister Bronwyn Darné
@365wholesomedays 🙏🏼➕ this is possibly the first Easter we won’t spend with our dad. This part beautifully penned by @bronni_bee ”It has been a particularly hard day this year. Our family is apart because of the lockdown, and our dad, our pops, the king of our tribe, is in hospital and we are not able to visit. He was diagnosed earlier this year with stage 4 lung cancer (having spread to his spine). The prognosis is not good But we are standing on the Word and praying for a miracle. The significance of this day has overwhelmed me but simultaneously given me peace. For when we meet the deepest of our broken moments we know we are redeemed, and we will have peace and tender mercy.”
Bronni I love you. Every word is so true. What a time for a miracle at that ’old rugged cross’ – one of our pops favourite songs.
Jesus died for this reason so that all illness is gone, all pain and suffering He took.
Believing in His love and mercy for this miracle at this profound time; Easter is not lost on us.
We know our God is a Good Good Father one of miracles and wander. Even with our hearts laying broken on the floor. Prayers and Faith are still holding us up, enabling us to be strong enough to believe in that promise made at Calvary 2020 years ago.
And of course to put back together the pieces of these shattered hearts so we can be warriors, fighting for a man we absolutely adore. Blessed more than words that we are so close a strong, Faith filled family able to fight the fight even after Debs 32 year battle.
Heavenly Daddy hold our father in your arms as he is alone, let him know you more and more.
Fill our hearts with your love & peace. Especially mom as he is her forever love.
Old things have ceased, at the cross, at the cross…..at that old rugged Cross.