Plod goes so well with Blog

Oct 10, 2015

Plod goes so well with Blog

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I said that I would now blog my way upstream without my beloved Treena at my side but now I find it more like…plod!

I am told, by many good friends, that this too shall pass and that I shall, once again, feel the white waters dashing against my face as I venture forth from this deep green pool of waiting for the tears to cease.

I am not much good for the race ahead at this time but I am confident that I shall once again see the goodness of God in the land of the living.

This I have embraced. God allows me to experience being empty and falling so that there is more room for his love.

“In falling we can be caught, in being empty we can be filled. It is a vulnerable way of living” – Terry Tripp.

From the pool of promised peace…….

Graham.

5 Comments

  1. Mike Rapsis Says: October 11, 2015 5:40 pm

    My heart truly goes out to you Graham. Other than, perhaps, a loss of a child, I cannot imagine a more devastating loss than that of the woman you loved for seven decades. One of the things that has made me admire you more than you will ever know is the way your life has been a journey of changes and adjustments. When I lost a parent years ago it took a long time for the wound in my heart to heal but it did in time. I hope and pray that you will take good care of yourself and not to lose sight of your sense of purpose while your heart goes through the process of healing with God’s help.

  2. Graham Says: October 12, 2015 2:33 pm

    Mike, it’s always so good to know you are there in the same river of resilience. Keep bouncing buddy…it means a lot to me.

  3. Jean Sozio Says: October 21, 2015 10:37 pm

    Yes, you will keep plodding forward – that is the law of the universe and life – but, as with God, a single day may be as a thousand years – a long slow process. Rejoice in the Lord each morning one day at a time; envision Treena’s joy in the presence of the Lord (in hers and your new mansion); walk and worship; keep creating and using your talents; keep keeping on and in touch with us your fans who love you from near and afar – we value your life with us. Get a dog! You needs lots of hugs and kisses. Peace brother.

  4. Mike Fenwick Says: November 1, 2015 8:13 am

    Mr. Kerr:
    I cannot imagine the pain you are going through, sir. Such a godly woman, your beloved Treena! I pray that God will comfort you in this time and that you receive much support from family and close friends to help you through this. Please take care of yourself and remember that you have a great many people who love you and care about you.

  5. Sammi Says: November 2, 2015 1:10 pm

    It’s this season of partings, your’s and others I love, that have brought me pause. I spend much heart in intercession for you and them, this past year that has torn my comfort open with your raw story accompanied by opportunity for myself to open raw memories long callused over. Some days are better than others. Thank you for everything, God bless you good sir. Take care, stay close.

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