Good Night Meletha Parsons
(Psalms 116:15-: Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints.)
# The question It's not how we die, but when we die- For we must all die, how ready and prepared are you?
# A date with death is a most for all mortals.
# The rich are not exempted from it. It does not come to you because you are poor.
# The strong and mighty bows, to it's beckoning without resistance.
# The weak are treated no different by the power of the grave.
# The call of death is the only call that does discriminate against you based on your colour, gender, or social pedigree.
# I have seen the rich and powerful turn to jellyfish when confronted by the all mysterious and elusive death.
# I have also seen weak and frail, grandma and grandpa's, look at the same death mystirium and laugh at it.
# Because life is not the dying, but in the living
# I have seen men and women laugh at death. Because they know in whom they believe
# I have seen these special breeds of men and women look at that monster, called death straight in the face, and said you have nothing on me.
# While others bows, with fear and trembling before this death mystirium.
# These special breeds of people face death mystirium with boldness, devoid of fear and anxiety. Meletha Parsons, was one of them.
# What makes these unique breeds of people special?
# Their boldness and peace in the face of death mysterium
# I found out was a function of a deep-rooted relationship with a man who already conquered death mystirium over two thousand years ago. These special breeds.
# These elite squads all, have one in common. Old, young, rich or poor, weak or powerful, black and white.
# I found out that they all have a special relationship with this great man.
# They don't just know about Him, they know Him, know Him.
# They don't just go to His house, they carry Him in their hearts. They are mem and women full of contagious, love and forgiveness.
# They are men and women who always, before their translation, have one testimony that their lives pleased both God and man.
# I have the honour of meeting one of these elite squad by the name. Meletha Parsons.
# Here she was in unimaginable and indescribable pain. Yet pleasant to behold
# Here she was at the gates of death, yet no fear, no anger
# Here she was in pain and discomfort, yet still full of grace and kindness.
# Here she was frail and weak, yet still full of love and compassion for her family.
# Here she was in pain and discomfort, and one of her last few words - were (MY GOD IS FAITHFULL)
# From this lovely and special breed woman of faith,
# I learned that if we keep faith in our darkest hours, our heavenly father will keep revealing Himself to us, even in darkness.
# By looking at her, I understand that the silence of heaven is the echo of peace in our heart
# It takes a different kind of revelation and relationship with God to see His goodness amid your pain and suffering - I learnt that from you Meletha Parsons
# Her life thought me this great lesson again - and again
# She was a very tender soul. Even in her sickness and pain, she was still a joy to be with
# Keep Resting On That Great Mountain Of God's Peace - You earned it.
Good Night. Meletha Parsons
(And It Will Still End Praise)
John Oche Omale