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Lilly

As she had done for several years, Nancy, who was Lilly's mom, broke down and wept at our kitchen table.

Lilly died at the age of three. Lilly was the light in the life of uncountable numbers of people. Of the 3000 people who lived in our town, every person was touched by Lilly in some way. After Lilly's death, stories began to come out about how Lilly had touched the life of others. Some people claimed when they spoke to Lilly, a miraculous healing occurred. Other people claimed prayers were answered when they saw Lilly in the supermarket with Lilly's mom. Other people claimed Lilly was an angel.

The day of Lilly's funeral, the streets were lined with people grieving as the hearse drove by. Big tough men who never cried, cried on that day. Children were let out of school, stores and businesses closed. An outpouring of grief for Lilly occurred like no outpouring before.

My mother and Nancy were best friends. My mother was the kind of person Nancy could talk to. Mom always said she never knew what to say to address Nancy's grief. However, on this day, mom asked Nancy a question. Mom asked, "If you were God, what would you be doing this minute?" Nancy thought for a few minutes and said, "I would be holding Lilly in my lap and I would be giving her a bear hug." Mom and Nancy sat in silence for a long time. Then Nancy smiled and said, "Oh!"

Mom's single question helped Lilly's mom find the truth.

This story is based in-part upon factual occurrences. Names and places were changed.

Luke 7:13 When the Lord saw her, his heart went out to her and he said, "Don't cry."

The message appeared in May,  2010, in the Virtual Church web site at http://www.findthepower.com

 

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