Strength and Peace that only my HH can give me

A week ago, my father passed away. Everyone commented on the strength they saw in me (it was Him they saw in me) and that I did all the things in perfect peace. When my father passed away I was there nebulizing him and I saw his fingers were blue, I checked his saturation it was very low I came out to inform the doctor and after a few seconds, my brother came and said that father does not breathe. So thatโ€™s the end of his life. I prayed for my fatherโ€™s soul, and I prayed for strength to perform all the tasks and I asked my HH to be with me. And he did. I did not weep, I only cried when the coffin was closed because I would never see him again. My father was a good man although he was an unbeliever, I pray that my HH will receive his soul.
But to be honest I was upset that my EH did not come to see my father when he was ill and neither came to the funeral. I was upset because my father adored my EH and my EH adored my father too. And I have been praying for so long for their reunion before my father dies. But my HH healed my heart and assured me that he did not answer that prayer for a purpose. Now I am free from worries. All the strength and peace I experienced can only come from My God. I am so grateful to my Heavenly Father and My Heavenly Husband. PTL

7 thoughts on “Strength and Peace that only my HH can give me”

  1. First of all, so sorry to hear dearest Elza and when I read your praise, two verses came to mind that I could see in your praise:
    “And now, dear brothers and sisters, we want you to know what will happen to the believers who have died[a] so you will not grieve like people who have no hope.”
    I could definitely see that reflected in your praise and also one of my favourite Psalms when I don’t have the answers:
    “Lord, my heart is not proud;
    my eyes are not haughty.
    I donโ€™t concern myself with matters too great
    or too awesome for me to grasp.
    Instead, I have calmed and quieted myself,
    like a weaned child who no longer cries for its motherโ€™s milk.
    Yes, like a weaned child is my soul within me.”

  2. I’m sorry to hear about your father but glad to hear how you had His peace with you through it all.

    “And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Ph47

  3. Bless your heart, Elza. The loss of my father was very significant in my life, that I never mourned until YEARS later while in Spain, walking the dark streets before dawn on the way to catch the tour bus to Tangier! At the time it was relief he wasn’t suffering and a sense of peace that my father was resting with his Savior.
    My main reason for commenting was due to what you said about what you’d mention about your disappointment with your EH and how beautifully your Husband helped you to be set free from those worries. My disappointment and heartbreak with my EH in relation to my own father (six years after he’d passed) was how horribly he spoke about him. They’d been close, my father treated my EH much more kindly than he’d been treated by his own father. But here’s what needs to be said…
    Why do we hope for and long for and year for what we do NOT have rather than living the abundant life that means embracing and celebrating what we DO have?
    My Husband first spoke to me about this when I was asked to be a guest on a podcast speaking about the EH as a spiritual leader. Here again, I remember longing for, hoping for, praying for my EH to be my spiritual leader when I HAD and HAVE the king of Spiritual Leaders, literally!!
    When we can have this focus, then everything that causes worry and heartache vanishesโ€”as it has with you Elza. Thank you for posting your heart so we could have this conversation.

    1. Very true Erin we shouldn’t worry about what we don’t have. After all, My God knows what is best for me. He gives us good gifts. And thank you for your encouraging word to make me treat my EH spiritual leader again because, to be honest, I am struggling to do the same after the above situation and I am confessing it to you and praying to have the heart to make my EH spiritual leader and give him the due respect.

  4. My sweet Elza, may our HH hold with His loving hands during this season!!! Thank you for sharing how He gave you the strenght to endure this situation!! Healing liberates our heart and give the opportunity to enjoy the new abundant life that the Lord is offering to all of us!!

  5. Dear Elza, I am so sorry for your lost! It is always difficult to loose one of our beloved parents and thank you for sharing how your Husband help you to overcame every second of this season by covering you with his peace and grace. Your testimony is a confirmation of how He can heal everything, hold our hand and be next to us. I can wait to hear more of your love journey with Him.

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