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Linda Settles Zebsokey

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I Know You'll Meet Me There
by Linda Settles Zebsokey
Sunday, January 31, 2010
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A Letter to My Daughters


 

If you come someday to see me
And find that I’m not there,
If I’ve crossed the Crystal Sea and
Gained a home more fair
Than mansions here, and company
With angels in the care
Of the One whose hand has held me close
Throughout my travels here;
Remember, precious child of mine,
I see your every tear.
 
You think I’ve left—abandoned you
To walk this way alone.
You cannot bear the ache, the way you’ll
Miss me when I’m gone.
So that is why I’ve written now, with
Sure and steady hand,
To tell you, precious child of mine
And hope you'll understand,
 
That Heaven has no boundaries
Such as we know here,
No time, no limitations, and to me
It is quite clear,
That if I’m in the arms of Christ and you
Are there as well,
Though we dwell in separate kingdoms
As far as I can tell,
I’ll still be with you daughter even when my journey’s done,
And in your heart I’ll linger, ‘til your own race has been run.
 
Stay close to Christ, my precious one, and you’ll
Be near to me.
Hear His words, read His Book, and I know that you will see
The comfort shared by those He loves extends from Heaven
To earth,
His presence never leaves His children— of the second birth.
All my hopes, my prayers, my tears, I’ve sown into your heart
Down on my knees in solitude, I know will do their part
To lead you to the Savior’s love and keep you in His care
So cheerfully I’ll graduate—and know you’ll meet me there.
 

 

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Reviewed by Linda Zebsokey 1/30/2011
I wrote this poem just after my precious husband of 25 years experienced acute liver failure. He hadn't been diagnosed--but I knew... I knew he may not live long on this earth. He was diagnosed three weeks later and went to be with the Lord almost 10 months later. If Mike had been a writer...this is what he would have said to our two beautiful girls.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 2/4/2010
EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HEAVENLY BEAUTIFUL POEM!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/1/2010
The love a parent has for a child is everlasting...and your words prove this to be true...
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Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 2/1/2010
So well penned and so loving a desire for your daughters and your true home. I love the way you demonstrate the transcendent power of the Heavenly kingdom upon our own earthly experience. Well done. Thank you for sharing. Love J'nia
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/31/2010
Truly a wonderful and loving gift for your daughters, Linda; surely a blessing for them. Thanks for sharing. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 1/31/2010
Dear Linda, this poem is dedicated to your children. It is recomforting for them to know your strong faith. May God Bless you and Bless your children, they will never be alone. Love Emile
Reviewed by pat medlin 1/31/2010
what more wonderful gift to your daughters could you ever give than these beautiful words of honest preparedness...they will read this over and over and be comforted...thank you for sharing... pmedlin
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