I’ve had the blessing through the years of knowing so many Godly women.
There are a few that really meant the world to me.
Pull up a chair, get comfy and let me tell you about these three amazing women that have touched my life in such a wonderful way, and of course, there are many others because of their faithful love for our Father God.
The first dear sweet lady was Mrs. Bramlett, if you have read the blog ” Those ol Mom and Pop Places., you will know exactly who I am talking about.
Mrs. Bramlett was simply a pure sweet God fearing lady. She never had an unkind word about anything or anybody.
She loved the Lord, loved people, and read the Bible daily. I so loved her.
I worked at their little cafe for a bit, and in the afternoon when times slowed down we would have a glass of tea and Bible study time. I learned so much from her.
But, what really touched my heart was when Mr. Bramlett passed away, she stood there in the funeral home, and I never saw her shed a tear. They were a dear couple that was married for over 50 years, and she said: ” It was all okay, she knew he was with the Lord, and she had peace beyond measure knowing he was with God.”
She was indeed a very precious, kind, caring woman that always had a smile for everyone and God in the center of her world.
I so love and miss her!
The next dear lady that I want to tell you about was a precious soul that everybody called Mammaw Pearson. She was my first husbands Mammaw, but more importantly she was a true saint.
She read her Bible always, knew it cover to cover, walked the walk and never ever had a bad thought about anybody. She was a dainty little soul, with a sheepish smile and such a soft voice. She taught me so very much about God’s word and loving others.
I can remember one of the many family get-togethers, and how everybody was invited, even those that were once married, they all were still family to her always.
But what I remember most about Mammaw Pearson was when the kids and I spent a few days with her while Pappaw was in the hospital. Mammaw would kneel down every night with us by the bed for bedtime prayers.
She was a joyful, sweet kind soul that everybody loved so dearly.
Oh how I love and miss her.
The last lady I want to talk about was a dear sweet lady that I knew in the work world. She worked at the office across the street from mine. I would go over often for various work reasons.
A very precious soul that I called Ms. Janet worked there. She was a true sincere kind woman.
She always had a smile, and lunches with her were always so enjoyable. We would talk about our families, Church and the Bible.
She so loved God and lived it. I never heard her say an unkind word about anybody.
Even later when she got cancer, I never once heard her complain. “Its in Gods hands.” Her faith and prayers, and the prayers of so many others helped her through tough times with the cancer and treatments.
The cancer eventually won and she went home to be with the Lord.
But oh how I miss her and that smile she had every day, no matter what was going on in her life.
I loved and greatly respected Ms. Janet, she was a true Saint!
I feel I have been so very blessed in my life with Godly women throughout my life.
From Grandmas, to neighbors, to Mammaw and my first Mother in law.
All the precious souls at Shiloh where I went for years to Cloverleaf where I go now.
All the precious women I’ve worked with through the years, and befriended.
God has truly blessed me with Godly women, mentors, prayer partners and friends.
I am so very grateful to the Lord up above for placing each dear precious soul in my life.
My prayer is that I will be thought of as a Godly woman just as all of these precious women are and were and that someday I can be that same Godly soul touching other women’s hearts!