05 Mar

One of the greatest things that I’ve always loved about my late father Leroy “Lee” Mceachin – I admired him throughout my life for it, was/is his very deep humility, and his commitment to memorizing scriptures. That’s a huge part of his legacy. I’ve spoken several times about him online over the years since he transitioned. I spoke recently about how I felt that some kind of way that he was praying for me from Heaven, but I don’t have the theological knowledge or expertise to know if this could happen. It’s a feeling, which could be the result of my emotional state lately & since he transitioned. Feelings can be fleeting. I’m knowledgeable about many things, but I’m ignant’ on this. Totally. The one thing that has kept me going though, is my remembrance, love & respect for his humility. And he knew a whole lot more than me…even about me. So does Mom on a huge level too. So much so, that I’ve had to not necessarily stop pumping myself up each day w/affirmations, positive “vibes” & memes…things that lead me to believe that everything painful that has happened to me has occurred for some great purpose, but to realize that the great things that God has chosen to manifest through any one of us, could occur…through ANY one of us. That’s the meme that should spread like wildfire. It’s the height of human arrogance to assess that it “had to be you”. No it didn’t. God is still omnipotent. Christ is still Lord. There is nothing any of us sinners can do or not do to alter anything divine. He spoke & light shone – gave us night & day! I think about that most sunrises & sunsets. He spoke more & the world as we know it was created. We cannot thwart HIS plans & destiny for a sinful world full of us all. I’ve said it before, and I’m gonna say it again – so many of us have been chosen throughout the span of history & time, but none of us are “needed”. Humble yourself. I’ve had to eat that whole pie multiple times by myself…and it was good for me. Until next musing – T

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Posted by on March 5, 2020 in Uncategorized


One response to “Humility

  1. Walter Myers III (@WalterMyersIII)

    March 6, 2020 at 2:14 am

    Talitha, while those asleep in Christ cannot “act” since they have no physical bodies. However, the “asleep” in Christ are not asleep either but enjoying being in the presence of Christ. Now the relationship of your father to you as he was on Earth and as he is now is quite different. The Bible is not clear on this, but I don’t believe he or anyone else asleep in Christ are worried about the things of this world. They are now free of it. Now it is true that during the transfiguration of Jesus, the disciples recognized Moses and Elijah, but they were talking with Jesus and not the disciples. So perhaps there is some knowledge of past loved ones, but the truth is we just don’t know.


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