Hi! My name is Abigail. I finished my mortal mission in a little spec of eternity you call July 2013.
Now I'm in the Spirit World and can help my family and friends (that's everyone) from this side of the veil. Some people get a little uneasy talking about "talking spirits" or "ghosts" but I'm here to tell you we're not scary. My body died, but I'm still alive. My body was destroyed and really needed a break, but I'll have it again soon. You'll have to trust me on the issue of timing. It won't be long, promise.
A month before I came here, my mommy was holding me and I told her "I will keep you forever." It took her by surprise that I came up with that on my own, but I knew what I was saying. I reinforced it later a few times by telling her, "I will keep you forever in my world, " and "I will keep you forever in my life". I meant exactly what I said.
This little piece of world wide web is a place my mom can continue to write and record her feelings--her progress, I like to call it. I know it's helping a few of you, too.
Remember who you are--really are--and that many of us are excited to see you all again, too. Eternity is a very long time and I have to keep reminding my mom "I will keep you forever".

Monday, March 24, 2014

Not much to say

You are so kind to keep coming back and reading Abigail's carepage. Usually I try to say something productive.

Last night I felt the pressure building up and realized I needed my therapeutic outlet of writing here, but I don't really have anything to say, except to once again share what is becoming one of my favorite scriptures.

Revelation 21: 3-4
"And I heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself shall be with them, and be their God.
"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away."

(This is why I chose WipeAwayAllTears.blogspot.com.)

That is such a tender thought! I see such gentleness radiated from God in those verses.

Until then, it is my responsibility to help wipe away tears from others, to help with their pain, to help bear their burdens. There is no shortage of that in this life.

Thankfully He gives us the strength to carry on, and to help others along the way.

Faith.

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for your beautiful words, thoughts and faith. prayers and love-

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  2. A Facebook friend pointed me here. She, and I, share your experience. I have decided that our struggles are not for us, they are for others. The strength we gain is to support others when they are weak, and the compassion we gain is so that we will reach out and help. It is also that the help we offer has meaning for others. Our struggles are for other people, as a way that we may bless them. We can reach out no matter where we are in our own grieving process. Sometimes it is enough to know we are not alone. You are not alone.

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