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From Stacy - 15 September 2004
I thought about rescuing another poodle but I was worried that getting a dog so soon may be like I was trying to "replace" GIGI. However, your kind words ring true.....it would help me and save another dogs life by adopting another dog. The grieving process is so hard and sometimes I just wonder if the pain will go away. My GIGI was blind (she was born like that) and I just keep telling myself she can finally see now! Once again I want to thank you for your writings and making it available to people online. It really heals my heart.
Thank you so much-
Reply from Bernie
And in that day shall the deaf hear the words of the book, and out of obscurity and gloom and darkness the eyes of the blind shall see. (Amplified version).
So rest assured that when our Lord returns and you and GIGI are restored together - GIGI will be able to share everything with you and also your new puppy on the assignments which our Lord gives you. There are also many Scriptures in the New Testament.
The grieving process does get much much lighter as you realise more and more that She will be with you again in perfection never to die again - of course you will not forget her but just look forward to reuniting again.
In Jesus' name:
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