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Psalm 39:4,5 (New International Version)



4. "Show me, O LORD, my life's end and the number of my days; let me know how fleeting is my life. 5. You have made my days a mere handbreadth; the span of my years is as nothing before you. Each man's life is but a breath. Selah.



Life is surely short and small in the eyes of God. It is as if we are young and then all of a sudden, we are old. A few months before my dad turned 83, he made this statement "you know, when I look in that mirror I ask, Who is that old man? I don't feel old in my heart." I think this may be the way we all will be. Time goes by so fast, and then life changes so fast to. This very thing has happened to someone very dear to our family this week. I guess there had been signs that something was wrong for quite awhile, but things progressed to the point of her safety. It is very sad and heartbreaking to see the past fade away and the changes that will affect everyone in the family. My prayer is first of all to be thankful for her life, then to pray that the family will be guided by wisdom. That the Lord would show them all the options available and lead them in the direction they should go. Please pray with me that the Holy Spirit will reveal to them the love and mercy of God.

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