Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Sis. Amy Wilhoite went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, September 10, 2007. This young lady had battled leukemia for quite some time now.

She had the testimony of praising the Lord through her situation and only wanted God's will to be done. She inspired me with her love for the Lord and has touched the lives of so many including family, friends, bloggers, doctors, nurses and other specialists that treated her for her illness.

I will miss Sis. Amy's posts and her sweet spirit that was shown through them. I'm thankful she has received her eternal healing. And we that know the Lord Jesus Christ as personal Savior will see her again. I look forward to one day meeting that one that I've been praying many months for.

Please remember her husband Brandon, young son Gary and her parents in prayer as they go through this time of mourning. Although I'm sure they are relieved that Sis. Amy is no longer suffering...there will still be a sadness that she is no longer with them.

6 comments:

Mimi said...

Julie
I will certainly remember Brandon, Gary and Amy's parents as I know they will have such adjustments to make as they try to continue on without her..But they have the strength of the Lord as they carry on for her here on earth...

Julie's Jewels said...

sis. mimi...Thank the Lord the know Him so He can help them through this difficult time.

Sarah said...

I'm so sorry to hear that Amy's family have lost such a lovely lady and I will certainly pray for Gary and Brandon. Praise God that she is now in heaven, whole and healed worshipping Christ.

Julie's Jewels said...

sis. sarah...I too am so glad she isn't hurting anymore and is worshipping her Lord!!

e-Mom said...

I am so sorry for this family. I lost a friend to cancer when she was quite young... she left children behind. It is and will be a hardship for Amy's family. I pray the Lord sustains them.

Julie's Jewels said...

e-mom....I know He will. Although it is a sad time I know they are thankful that she is no longer suffering from the disease she battled while she was here. I know they wouldn't want her to go through that anymore or anylonger than she had to.

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