Insights from a Glory-Bound Lady”
Karen and I were married for forty-six years. She blessed my life in many ways. Karen knew the Lord in a personal, saving way and greatly loved Him. She also loved her family very much. For those who knew her, you will remember that Karen was a lady of few words. She didn’t talk a lot and writing was even less. But when she communicated, it was worth your while to stop and listen.
Karen went Home to be with the Lord on April 4, 2017 after battling cancer for a little over two years. In the months since her Homegoing, I have been reading her Bible and thinking about some of the notes that she wrote either in the margin or in a notebook that she kept with her study Bible. Some of the entries are far too personal to ever share publicly. I know her well enough to know what notes can be shared and must be shared. You might not be facing something as dramatic as a terminal illness, but surely there are hard situations that you or a loved one is facing.