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Darlene Lowry Goode (#46849466)
 member for 10 years, 30 days
Diane ღ
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At noon, darkness fell across the whole land until three o'clock. Then, at that time Jesus called out with a loud voice, "My God, my God, why have You forsaken Me?"

Today is Good Friday, one of the saddest yet the most joyful days of the year. For many years on Good Friday the weather has changed to dark sky's and the winds rolled in. It lasts about an hour. I have always thought that God was reminding me of that moment when Jesus left this earth. The suffering was over, the debt was paid for us. The Lamb of God had fulfilled his destiny and salvation was ours to claim through repentance of our sins.

Just now, in Florida, it rained and the sky was ominous and threatening. Lightning danced across the sky with loud claps of thunder. It rolled in from the west and as it came upon the house it was beautiful, exciting, and if orchestrated by Steven Spielberg could not have been more beautifully displayed.

The rain came after and then the glorious rainbow with the sun gleaming colors of purple, green, yellow and blue. God's rainbow with the meaning of "he loves us, he keeps his word and he will be there in the evening of our lives."

As I watched the weather roll by and the sun's return. I could feel it's warmth, I could feel God's promises to us as humanity. In my own words, once a year we have a holy TEXT sent to us. It says "I lived, I died and I did it because I love you" You have my number, don't forget to call.

On this Good Friday I am sending you my faith, my hope and wishing you peace and love in your lives forever. This has been my message to you for 8 years. We can rejoice in a new beginning because that is what he bestows on us each and every Good Friday.

Each and every Easter Morning we start again. With the Faith that he is near, The peace he sends in knowing our future is in his good keeping, the hope that our loved ones can share in this amazing gift, and the love that can transpire between families no matter how much strife and differences we have, we are all one. It is all so easy when we come together to make it happen.

Easter Blessings,

Diane

Psalm 35:9
Then my soul shall rejoice in the LORD;
and delight in his salvation.

Added by Diane ღ on Apr 06, 2012 3:05 PM

Pearls of Grace♥


Thank you so very much, Darlene, for leaving a flower on my beloved mother's memorial.

God bless you and yours. Drop me an email anytime, it's on my page.

HUGS, a friend, Darlene

Added by Pearls of Grace♥ on Nov 18, 2011 4:43 PM

Barbara Bickerton
Thank you so much!
This is exciting! I just went on this website yesterday and you so kindly sent me all these photos already. I was born in Bedford in 1943 and moved away in 1962. Still have many relatives in the area.
Sincerely,
Barbara Stanley Bickerton

Added by Barbara Bickerton on Oct 23, 2009 7:07 PM

Wayne L. Osborne
RE: Thanks!!
And thank you for visiting my loved ones.
Best wishes to you and yours,
Wayne Osborne

Added by Wayne L. Osborne on Jul 30, 2009 5:06 PM

Jack Williams
Joseph Fuqua
Wow, You did it! Thank you for checking and finding Joseph's grave. Did you inform the person who own's the memorial that the grave is actually not at the cemetery. That would be great if you did.

Thank you again, you're the best and good hunting.

Jack

Added by Jack Williams on Jul 18, 2009 6:14 PM

Jack Williams
RE: Joesph Fugua Memorial
Hi Again Darlene:

You said: Hi, You are very welcome. Also I remember reading on a website that was connected to that church website, that he is buried in The Fugua Cemetery off of Orange St in Bedford City. I am fimiliar with Orange St but I didn't realize that there was a cemetery located on it but I will check into that for you and let you know what I come up with.

Appreciate any help. You are on my "A" List.

Jack

Added by Jack Williams on Jul 18, 2009 8:09 AM

Jack Williams
RE: Joesph Fugua Memorial
Hi Darlene,
Someone else posted the memorial so that is the only information I have. A mystery, yes? Possibly if you ever get the time you could check with Mrs. R. N. Krebs, who was curator of the Bedford City/County Museum (or her predecessor). It would be interesting to solve this one. I live in California, so it would be impossible for me.

Thank you for your time,
Jack

Added by Jack Williams on Jul 18, 2009 7:52 AM

Muriel Butler
RE: Thanks
Dear Darlene

No thanks are necessary, it was my pleasure as I love to place tokens or flowers in remembrance, especially for people who have made a difference of some kind in this world.

Just ordinary everyday people, who loved and are loved and remembered not just by family, but by others in the general Community.

People who have the ability to smile with you, cry with you, pick you up when you are down, and light up the world with a smile that comes not just from the mouth but from the eyes as well.

May the good Lord keep you and bless you

Muriel

Added by Muriel Butler on Jul 17, 2009 10:53 PM

Jimmy D. Cross
RE: Thank You So Much
Hi Darlene, it was my pleasure, I will visit as often as possible. God Bless You...Have a GREAT weekend!

Added by Jimmy D. Cross on Jul 17, 2009 3:12 PM

With Love, Gen Gal
RE: Thanks!!
You are very welcome Darlene. My dad has been gone since 1974 and I still miss him dearly. I will be back as time permits. Of course I found out about you thanks to another lovely Darlene.

A Friend,

Lillie

Added by With Love, Gen Gal on Jul 16, 2009 3:14 PM

Pearls of Grace♥
:)
Hey Darlene, I'm back. I noticed that your loved ones' memorials have very very few flowers.
Would you mind if I put your name on my home-page for people to visit? As you see, that is what I use my home-page more. let me know, ok?
Your friend,
~Darlene

Added by Pearls of Grace♥ on Jul 13, 2009 11:43 PM

Pearls of Grace♥
:)
You are so very welcome my friend. I'll stop by more often. God bless you always,
~Darlene

Added by Pearls of Grace♥ on Jul 04, 2009 12:17 PM

May
THANKS!!
THANKS, DARLENE!!!

I understand your feelings, of course.
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY FOR YOU, ANYWAY.

May from Argentina XX

Added by May on Jul 04, 2009 11:17 AM

May
Message for Michael
Hi, Darlene!!

I am writing to you cause I loved the beautiful message you left for MJ. Where did you take that poem from? Thanks for posting it.

Love from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

May XX

Added by May on Jul 03, 2009 8:16 AM

Lorrie
Thank You
Darlene,
Thanks so much for posting Mrs. Padgett's tombstone on here. And you did it so quickly too!! This is the mother-in-law I never knew. Thanks again, Lorrie :)

Added by Lorrie on Apr 11, 2009 7:28 PM

Trout Slayer
Greenwood Cemetery
Darlene,

I really apprecite you photographing The Tinsleys tombstone in Greenwood Cemetery.

John

Added by Trout Slayer on Nov 07, 2008 9:37 AM

Mike Tankersley
Tankersley photos
Darlene,

Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the Tankersley graves in Greenwood Cemetery.

Best Regards,

Mike and family

Added by Mike Tankersley on Aug 24, 2008 10:16 AM

Melissa
Bernie Mac
Your poem for Bernie was lovely. Thank you for sharing it with his fans.

Added by Melissa on Aug 12, 2008 8:07 AM

 
 

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