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Letter To A Precious Soul Mate in Heaven

Dear Sweetheart,

How are things going in heaven? I note by the calendar, you have been with Jesus now for four months. I know things are really beautiful up there, our Saviour being the most precious thing you see.

I know you are the most beautiful being there is. You were a beautiful angel here!

I'm doing a little better, but when your heart is breaking to see a loved one as I am you, you're never really the same.

How are your parents doing and the little brother that was born already in Jesus' arms, Robert Lee? Just think, I have a brother in law and mother and daddy in law I've never met waiting for me to meet them! How is your Aunt Pearl? Oh, and I just know my mom is so proud to finally meet the one who was my beloved wife while on earth. I know she is telling you what a precious daughter in law you were! How is my dad doing and all our relatives? The table must be nearly full with our family members alone. Dining with Jesus has to be a wonderful affair!

Well, Sweet Puddin', I will let this be a note for now. The way things are going here back on earth, we may be together much sooner than we think. We are having earthquakes, natural disasters in diverse places, wars still raging. Prophecy has the folks on TV agreeing the time is drawing near. I can't wait to see you. After I arrive, and Jesus is done hugging me, and He points in your direction and tells me "Tony my son, there she is!" I will fly to you and hold you once more. This time there will be no tears of reunion, only laughter. There are no tears in heaven as we know.

I will end my letter for today, Sweetheart. Give our family my love, and tell Jesus I am trying to be ready for my time or His return. I have my battles, but God is helping me win them all.

I will see you soon. Take care, and enjoy Paradise and help Jesus prepare the mansion we will share together.

All of my Love,

Your husband from this world and brother in Christ,

Tony


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Tony, God bless you.  The death of a spouse is difficult even when we know they died in faith and are in heaven.

Mark

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That is truly awesome Tony. I long for the day to see my dear sister,father and grandparents again.I really long most for seeing Jesus eye to eye and leaving this tired world for good. It is a great hope that we have and it keeps the pain less noticeable at times in these physical bodies.
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Hi Mark & Paul.  It sure is a rough ordeal, Mark.  I thought losing my parents was tough, nothing can compare to a soulmate.  She was an angel, so good to me, spoiled me rotten.  I never wanted to go through this, but am having to.  A huge chunk of my heart went with her.  My life just will never be the same.

That is so true too, Paul.  I'm so tired of all of my phsy. problems.  Hearing problems are just the tip of the iceburg.  Just today, I'm having worsening carpal tunnel symptoms.  It will be so wonderful to be with Jesus and our families again.

Thanks so much and God bless you both.

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A member of TSMB posted this poem for me.  I think it is great.  It describes my feelings and thoughts to a tee.

I wish Heaven had a phone so I could hear your voice again.

I thought of you today but that is nothing new.

I thought about you yesterday,and days before that too.

I think of you in silence, I often speak your name.

All I have are memories and a picture in a frame. Your memory is a keepsake, from which I'll never part. ...

God has you in his arms. I have you in my heart


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Nice,my friend!
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One of my children passed on three years ago this week.  This time of year is always bad for me.  As I tell people at work, I take a week's vacation at this time of year because I have "unexpected" responses to things.  I lose track of what I am doing, get clumsy (OK, I get clumsier), and have overly strong emotional reactions.

To lose someone who is close to you, is to have the world change.  I believe that it is similar to having a major surgery, and takes several years to just get over the physical damage (it isn't just emotional).  If someone tells you to "just get over it", you have my permission to tell them to shove off.  The emotional pain does not decrease with time, but you will be better able to control it. 

You have my sincere condolences on your loss. 



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Hello, LadyGray-

I'm sorry I'm just now finding your very nice post.  Been having a rough week with tinnitus.

I am so very sorry to learn of the loss of your precious child.  I fully understand what you are going through.  I've hardly missed a day of crying since I lost Barb Dec. 18th.  It truly does change the world.  It looks so desolate and you feel like you are on Mars.  I just played a music video I've not played since I lost her.  It was a mixed feeling.  I felt happy, tapped my foot, but at the same time had tears in my eyes. 

But my world just isn't here anymore.  A large part of me and my heart went with Barb. 

It truly is like surgery.  And it does do physical damage.  I think that's probably why I'm having so many unexplainable tinnitus spikes of a quality and upset like never before.  I will sure remember what you said about "just get over it".  So far, no one has said that, but I think there is a member here who thinks my hearing flare ups are all in my head!  Well, he's right, they are located anatomically in the ears.

Thanks so much for your condolences, LadyGray.  I know I will see Barb agai one glorious day with our Lord.  Each passing day moves me up 24 hours closer to that reunion. 

God bless comfort and heal, 

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My wife goes away for twenty days very soon . I was thinking about how it feels for you Tony. I am getting lonely just thinking about the day. She has been going about doing things without me because of my sensitive ears. Each time she goes away, I go through a transition of sadness. I keep holding on to the day when I see her again.It is when she is here and not necessarily right next to me,I am comforted. Ive been through loss of loved ones as well but being prepared is never easy or possible. Just when things look so bleak,another day comes and the sadness starts to fade away. Yes,it will surface time and time again but it will be less of a load to bear. Hang on my friend Tony.
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Iam new here. Who has any experience with cortison therapie when it is real bad  and how long shood it last? My ears are very hurt at the time. Iam german and my english ist terrible.

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Hello AS,

If you copy, or place, your post into the "New Messages" section of the forum, you may get more response..
To begin a "new topic" Click the link above that says "Forums"
from there, click on New Messages, once in the new messages section
click the link (which  looks like a tab ) on the Upper or Lower Right side of the page that says "New Topic."

Hope things get better for you soon.
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My wife goes away for twenty days very soon . I was thinking about how it feels for you Tony. I am getting lonely just thinking about the day. She has been going about doing things without me because of my sensitive ears. Each time she goes away, I go through a transition of sadness. I keep holding on to the day when I see her again.It is when she is here and not necessarily right next to me,I am comforted. Ive been through loss of loved ones as well but being prepared is never easy or possible. Just when things look so bleak,another day comes and the sadness starts to fade away. Yes,it will surface time and time again but it will be less of a load to bear. Hang on my friend Tony.
 
Thanks so much, Paul.  I'm sorry it's been so long since I checked back in this thread.  Just got busy and forgot!   I can't wait to see my Barb again.   Jesus is taking such good care of her.

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