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Friday, January 30, 2009

Good and Evil




When Good meets Evil. It happens every day. We all see it. Sometimes we just tend to block it out or some days we are just too busy to take notice.


Yesterday, it was pretty blatant and it was just too hard to miss.


I had a patient who is drawing near the EOL (End-of-life). She is becoming very restless. She says she had to go. Several of us were in the room. Some people want to restrain her but I like to find out what is going on so I started to ask her questions. So I started with, "Where are you going?"


"Over there, don't you see it?"


"Tell me about it" I said.


"That beautiful place, and that big house. The group is here to take me."


"Tell me more." I wanted to hear. For I knew I was on holy ground.


It had been a long time since I had seen this lady smile. This same lady that I had been sharing Jesus with some weeks ago.


"The Man has been talking to me. He's nice. "And in the background of her room was Pat Roberts from the 400 club talking about Jesus.


She is on her journey home.


On the other side of town is a man. We are not sure of his spiritual belief's. There has been concern. He is very young. He is dying. Yesterday, as his mom sat with him in his unresponsive state, she noticed a horrible smell. She could not imagine where it came from. It came and went very quickly.


Her son whom had not be responsive in some time woke up and said, "Take this pillow away, it smells horrible." He went back to his deep sleep. The mom and nurses smelled the pillow and there was no odor. There had only been the brief encounter with the most horrid odor the mother had ever smelled.


What did this mean? She cried.


Good?


Evil?


We have a choice.


For those that do not believe, think it's not real, go ahead and think that way.


One day, the truth will be told.


We know how the story ends.



14 little hearts from you...:

Mari said...

I have seen both sides at the EOL also. When someone is on their way to heaven it truly is holy ground.

Sharon Brumfield said...

I pray that the eyes of the mans heart are opened to the truth.
The eternity that is before him we can not even imagine.

Could you ever write a book about these things one day without revealing the names? Seems like this would be a great tool in the hands of God.

Julie said...

You know how I love your stories.....

They stir my heart.....

Love you!

Denise said...

I will be praying for this young man.

Laura said...

Thank you for sharing this story. It touched my heart.

Denise said...

I pray for you sweet sister as you are in the forefront of lives and souls. How hard it would be to know of a precious soul as it begins to enter into eternity without Christ. There is good and evil and the evil would have us think otherwise. We are blessed as Christ followers to recognize evil and pray for those that do not.........

I will pray.......

A Stone Gatherer said...

Hey connie, so good to have you post again! The truth is the truth, and belief in it does not change that fact! We who have the truth need to speak it! You do that so much in your work! You are a blessing!

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

Praise God, I know how it ends too! Walking closer to home everyday.

God bless your life this week, Connie, with a rich sense of his presence and love this week.

peace~elaine

Flip Flop Floozie said...

Sometimes I envy you...You get almost see on the Other SIDE!! WOW!! What a post..I always love coming here to see what you have learned..God is good and HE is THERE for us...

Donetta said...

:)

Holy Ground...

Mrs.Naz@BecomingMe said...

Oh Connie,,,this is so so powerful. Took my breath away.

Julie said...

Dear friend, Thank you for your sweet visit and words that have blessed me...

How are you?

I miss seeing you and hearing from you!

Cheryl said...

You are such a blessing to so many. We need to speak the truth. Let others see JESUS in us. That is what you do. God bless you for what you do. I have been missing you. Have a good week!

Nancy said...

You are truly blessed with EOL situations, and you seem to be able to convey them so vividly to us. I have witness EOL also, for some it is welcomed and others a very scary time.. Our faith gives us hope. God is go good!! thanks