"The widow who is really in need and left all alone puts her hope in God and continues night and day to pray and ask God for help." I Timothy 5:5
As I have met widows and talked with them, the one theme that comes up in conversations is how much the word "widow" is despised. I always agree with them; the word is awful. The word to me sounds so lonely and cold. As a child, I had two great grandmothers that were widows. In my mind, they were the poster women for that word. But they fit the word widow to me, they were older and lived alone since their children were grown and had families of their own.
So how did that "W" word become a word associated with me?
"I thank my God every time I remember you." Philippians 1:3 NIV
Treasured Memories: We all have them. Memories that fill your heart with joy and happiness that brings a smile to your face. Some bring sadness or maybe even anger when you reflect on past experiences. Either way, we all have them.
But some memories become treasures; beautiful gems that sparkle in any light. When you lose loved ones, those memories are priceless. Memories are something no one can take away from you. They are yours and only yours.
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