I guess it goes along with what I've been reading so far in Kingdom Woman and just having been a believer for so many years. It's about authentic relationships. I don't want to just sit in church and hear the word and not do what the word says. We're to have a servant's heart, just like Jesus did. Willing to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Over the years, I've learned that the hardest days come after a loved one is laid to rest so I'm praying for her strength to endure and for all my sisters and her family to continue to be there for her... I know I will be, not just because it's the right thing to do, but she is, in fact, my sister, and I plan to treat her the way I would want to be treated if I were in this situation.
Even in the transition of life, there were blessings. Only God could orchestrate the intimate details interwoven throughout every minute of every hour of every day. Even in sadness, I'm very grateful. The Lord is good ALL the time. We have a great ministry, great ministry leaders, and I'm thankful my sister will be supported through all of us.