Flower Friday – On a Sad Day

Sharing something cheerful I made recently, on a very sad day here in the UK and across the globe.

I like to think that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will be greeted by the most incredible beauty as she is met by Jesus, as He welcomes her as His ‘Good and faithful servant.’ Her Christian faith being a beacon in her life clearly visible to all.

Matthew 25:21
New International Version
21 “His master replied, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things.(A) Come and share your master’s happiness!’

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Rest in Peace Ma’am and Rise in Glory. You will always be dearly loved.

Messages of condolences can be added to the Book of Condolence on the Royal website. https://www.royal.uk/

Have a blessed day

Penny signing off
Doodle of yellow flower in a mint green flower pot.

2 thoughts on “Flower Friday – On a Sad Day

  1. Penny, I’m so saddened for your and your country’s loss. The Queen was such a remarkable woman – a beacon of strength, grace, and courage – and this world has lost ‘one of the great ones’ upon her passing. It is, as you said, a comfort to know that when she left this world, she stepped into the arms of Jesus. Sending condolences to you all.

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    1. Thank you so much Terri. Absolutely agree. What an incredible woman. We all feel so terribly sad, with such a huge sense of loss. It is an end of an era, never to be seen again. But there is hope in the Gospel and we can celebrate her faith knowing she is now with our Saviour. What a glorious welcome she will have received. Xxx

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