Breaking Bread for 2.4.20

Scripture

While he was blessing them, he left them and was taken up into heaven.

Luke 24:51

Reflection

This day, nine years ago, I attended the funeral services of my dear friend Marta V. Butler and during her short 54-years here on this planet she was a blessing to all who crossed her path. The hearts she touched was evident, as the chapel was filled with everyone there to honor and celebrate one person— Marta.

She left us on this level of existence to ascend to a higher level of existence, on another assignment for our heavenly Father. He had and has bigger and better plans for her. Memories of Marta will continue to serve as blessings for years to come. I’m honored to be her friend.

Remember to be a blessing to others! Who will attend your funeral? Who will extend their heartfelt wishes? What will people have to say about you when you pass away?

What do they say about you now? Do they hear, feel, and see God while in your presence? What imprint will you leave on the hearts of the lives you encounter each day?

Prayer

Father thank You for my blessings. Thank You for the angels You have sent to protect, guide, and enlighten me. Thank You for my loved ones— those I stay in constant contact with and those I haven’t spoken to in years.

I’m grateful for those who have been a blessing to me. Let me be a blessing to them. And for those who need a blessing, let me be there to bless them through You. Your son Jesus blessed us, ascended, and we continue to honor him as the wayshower to You. In his name and Yours I humbly pray. Amen.

Love you always,

Natasha

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