Honoring The Fallen on Memorial Day

9 thoughts on “Honoring The Fallen on Memorial Day”

  1. So many names; so many faces. Not enough tears. This is always a prayer-filled weekend for me. Yes, I ask God to heal those memories, but many more requests are to heal the families of those I served alongside who never returned home to their families and friends. I pray I’ll see many of them one day in glory. Thank you for sharing your story and for your prayers. God’s blessings Ms. Julie.

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    1. J.D. I am thankful for you, and thankful to God who is our ever-present help. I will join you in that prayer that we see many in His glory, those we knew and those we didn’t. Thank you for those blessings, brother. Sending some out your way from the little middle of PA.


  2. Thank you for sharing this to remember and honor those who gave all for our freedom! Let us never take that lightly! And now my son is Army National Guard and whine we are so proud of him, I have always had a deep sense of appreciation for our military! So thank you to your hubby and his service and to all who may read this! ❤️God bless you all!

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    1. Teresa, thank you for your words of encouragement. I will definitely pass on your thanks to my husband. Please do the same and let your son know I appreciate his service. It is with God I pause for all those whom I didn’t know who died while serving. Seems we should do that more often than once per year. Thank you for letting me know about autocorrect. It surely is sneaky, isn’t it? En-joy the day God has given. Love in Christ, Julie

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