Recently Josh Shared This With Me.......
but first some background......
Josh was in the car back in August when the accident happened. He remained conscious whilst Tobias was unconscious. Josh witnessed his father's broken and bloodied body and at first thought he was dead. He was emotionally traumatized by the experience.
When Tobias died 3 months later, Josh screamed and kicked everyone in sight, refusing to allow the doctor to pronounce Tobias dead or allow the ambulance personel to remove his father's body. Josh had to be sedated before these procedures could be carried out.
During the week before the funeral, he spent the time with my parents, the children always love spending time in Melbourne with their grandparents, many happy memories.
It was during this week that Josh had an experience....... one he has only recently shared with me.
He describes it as a dream but too real to be a "dream"
He sat up in the middle of the night and his father walked over and sat on the end of his bed . "Mom he was walking and he didn't have any scars! He was his normal self !" He told me that about a minute before he died he saw an angel beside his bed and he "knew" he was going, that's why he told you all those things Mom"
( moments before he died.....Tobias Had told me ...... He had had the best life ever...... and was happy I had been his wife........... He was grateful we had shared 2 children and he could never repay the love and devotion I had given him)
Tobias went on to tell Josh that " he was no longer in pain and in fact felt in fantastic health." His body was too broken to fully recover and when they buried that body, to remember that it wasn't Dad anymore, just a broken body."
He said " hug your Mom and tell her, and remember that Sariah is having her own difficulties, be kind to her."
"I am happy and healthy, and God lives, we will be a family together again. Keep to the principles of the Gospel, they will help you . "
"You will always be my son!"
Thank you Tobias,
Josh was definitely the one in most need of your visit.