Wednesday, February 20, 2008


2 Tmothy 4:7,8

I have fought the good fight,
I have finished the race,
I have kept the faith.
Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness,
which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day

Arlene went home to be with the Lord today
We loved you and will miss you!

By HIS stripes, she IS healed

Please keep her husband, children and grand children
in your prayers....

From earlier post:
I have not received an official email from Amber, but from another surce, that Arlene has gone to be with Jesus....completely of pain and suffering.

I will offer more here when I hear from Amber.


Terry said...

Oh the beauty of it if it is so...home with her Saviour!

Terry said...

Dear Donna.
She DID! She did fight the good fight and no doubt that she will be meeting many souls in heaven who have been won by her for the King!!
Oh I will miss her so much though!...Love Terry

Pilot Mom said...

Oh yes, we will be missing her for quite some time...I rejoice for where she is!

susanwalkergirl said...

No more pain, no more sorrow, sickness or death. sees her Savior face to face. She is in His presence and glory. Eternally secure forever. Praise God.

David Warren Fisher said...

Arlene is home! We pray that the God of all comfort will strengthen those dear ones who mourn this loss.

We are praying!

The Pilgrim Pals

~ David

Vicki said...

Let's remember those who mourn, not only these next few emotional days, but even months from now when her absence will have its impact on the family.

I can't imagine what a glorious thing it is, that Arlene now sees her Savior face to face!

love you all,

Felisol said...

Dear Pilgrims,
I am happy that Arlene is home, free from pains and sorrow. I hope she takes time to say hallo to my Dad. Just some months ago she was praying for him...
I feel sorry for her family though. They've suffered a great loss.
I've read "By his stripes" blog, lots of it, over again. I hope Arlene's work will live on in some way. It is a strong testimony about a unique woman.
From Felisol

hebrews 11:1 said...

Yes, she did fight the good fight...I will miss her, though I hardly knew her compared to all of you. Her high before the final low in her health has reminded me lately of a lot of people I know with cancer who died like that...a dear client was the closest to me: I prayed for him a lot, and he had an excellent spring and part of the summer with his wife, and then died at home in Oct.'06. That memory and others keep ringing in my head. But now they are all home! Home where there is no pain nor sorrow, and we SHALL meet AGAIN!

Love and Prayers,