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This story hit home. When my mom was dying, my late father not only showed up for her, he came one night and spoke to my sister and I that he was here and coming to take her fishing....her favorite thing.
 

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This story hit home. When my mom was dying, my late father not only showed up for her, he came one night and spoke to my sister and I that he was here and coming to take her fishing....her favorite thing.
This one made me tear up. Debi did your sister actually see him? That’s so amazing. It is comforting too.
 
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This one made me tear up. Debi did your sister actually see him? That’s so amazing. It is comforting too.
This was an audible. I normally don't get a lot of audibles. My sister was in one bedroom, I was in mom's bedroom. Mom was in the hospital. I heard quite clearly and loudly "Don't worry. I've come to take her fishing" or something to that effect. (I have it written down somewhere.) The next day I started to tell my sister what I heard (she was a total non-believer in visitations) and she burst into tears. Before I could finish the message, SHE finished it for me. I got out "Don't worry. I've come..." and she finished it.

Thing is, my dad lost his voice to cancer and used an electronic voice box. This was HIS voice we quite clearly heard. I had zero fear and actually fell asleep soon after this visit.
 

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This was an audible. I normally don't get a lot of audibles. My sister was in one bedroom, I was in mom's bedroom. Mom was in the hospital. I heard quite clearly and loudly "Don't worry. I've come to take her fishing" or something to that effect. (I have it written down somewhere.) The next day I started to tell my sister what I heard (she was a total non-believer in visitations) and she burst into tears. Before I could finish the message, SHE finished it for me. I got out "Don't worry. I've come..." and she finished it.

Thing is, my dad lost his voice to cancer and used an electronic voice box. This was HIS voice we quite clearly heard. I had zero fear and actually fell asleep soon after this visit.
Such a nice assurance of life after death and that love and life with our loved ones continues.
 
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