Isaiah 46:4

Working on Our Will

Dear Praying Friend,

My wife, Ruth Hill, and I have been working on our will. I call it the who-gets-what-to-whom document. As we sat in the lawyer’s office, answering her questions. I got to thinking about all the people in the world who have amassed their worldly possessions and now don’t know what to do with them. What a tragedy! Solomon, the wisest man in the Bible said, “Meaningless! Meaningless!” says the Teacher. “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless.” What do people gain from all their labors at which they toil under the sun? Generations come and generations go, but the earth remains forever.” Ecclesiastes 1:2-4

We discussed how to handle Fulton’s affairs. My wife and I were both concerned about how and when he would be taken care of, if he outlives us. I found myself once again thinking of our dilemma. If he outlives us, what will it take to keep him financially secure? But if we outlive him, how will we get through the heartache of saying goodbye?

God reminded me not to be concerned about these issues, for God Himself will take care of the situation. My wife and I look out for Fulton and God will take care of us. Praise God! May His will be done.

“I am your God and will take care of you until you are old and your hair is gray. I made you and will care for you; I will give you help and rescue you.” Isaiah 46:4

Your Friend,

4 thoughts on “Working on Our Will

  1. I pray Father, that Dawson and Ruth know that you are their hiding place, protecting them from trouble and surrounding them with songs of deliverance(PS32:6,7) And according to your Word, those who put their trust in You are like Mt Zion which can not be shaken but endures forever. As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so will the Lord surround both Dawson and Ruth, both now and forevermore (PS 125:1-2)

  2. That’s very good insight, Dawson. May we all look ahead with peace and security knowing God is in charge.

  3. We have done that already.You have meant so much to me and our daughter.You made
    such an impact on my daughter and I thank you for it.Shepherd mininstries and camp at Toccoa Falls college really turned her around.Your ministry is one of several I include in my monthly
    giving,You will never know the impact you had not only for my daughter,but many of her friends and
    family members,who got saved at camp.
    Eternally grateful,
    Paula Snow

  4. I work with disabled people through the ARC and have learned over the years how important it is for families to ensure their loved ones are taken care of in the event of their primary caregivers death. So glad for all you have done on Fulton’s behalf and that is brother is willing to take over his care if need be.

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