A Maiden's Homegoing.

I am very literally in tears as I begin to write this.

 
Our dear friends and supporters the Adams family in Licking, MO, tragically lost their beautiful sixteen year old daughter Charity Adams in an automobile accident on Friday morning. Two other daughters who were in the vehicle are home from the hospital but are suffering from injuries, emotional and physical.

Charity has ten brothers and sisters, some as young as four years old. She leaves behind a heartbroken family who remains unshakably Faithful in the Lord for their comfort, and proclaim Christ as Wise and Omnipotent in His decision to take Charity home. Charity has fulfilled her years here on earth, and has gone to her reward according to GOD's Will, Eternal and Perfect. We rejoice for her in her home-going, and lift the Adams family up to the Mercy Seat in prayer as they face this trail with enduring Courage and Faith.

Please join me in celebrating the life of this gorgeous girl who was loved dearly by those who knew her. I didn't know Charity very well, but I know that just by leaving, she has touched my life in a way that I will never forget, and her family's memory of her will forever endure.

Please also remember the girls who were in the car and have so much healing ahead of them. I am unable to fathom the hurt that has been inflicted upon them, but I have faith that God's hand is upon them in this Valley, and that He will not leave them nor forsake them. Remember them in your prayers and ask for Comfort and Peace for them in this time of hardship and pain.

As you can imagine, these sad events will  and have incurred some unexpected expenses the Adams. If you can and are so inclined, please consider giving to help them financially through this. 100 percent of the proceeds go to Charity's family, and they thank you so much for even the smallest help.

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 "Psalms 34:18 - The LORD [is] nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit."

Humbled and Prayerful,
Tracy M.

3 comments:

  1. Tracy, I'm very sorry for the loss of your friend. I will pray for strength for her family.

    Larry

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  2. Tracy, Thank you so much from Brett. What a beautiful tribute. Were so grateful to your family and community for all of your support.

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  3. You are most welcome. I know we can never feel the entirety of your grief, but we hope to somehow share the burden if we can.

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