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Thursday, December 27, 2012

PRAYERS NEEDED FOR THE SCHWARZKOPF FAMILY

PICTURE FROM BBC.UK WHO HAD A VERY NICE STORY ABOUT HIM.

RETIRED  GENERAL  NORMAN  SCHWARZKOPF
HAS  DIED  AT  THE  AGE  OF  78  YEARS  OLD.

He has been called out of retirement  and  is  now
in  GOD'S  ARMY!!!   Upon  entering  the  gates  of
Heaven,  he  received  his  true  medals  and  honors
from  the  True  Commander,  Jesus  Christ.


From  what  I  have  read  tonight,  his dad  graduated  from
Westpoint in ?  1917  and  when  General  Schwarzkopf  was
12  years  old  he  lived  in  Iran  and  learned  every  thing
he  could  and  he  learned  of  the  royal  family  of  not  only
Iran  but  also  Saudia  Arabia.


He  was  known  as  "STORMIN'  NORMAN"  because  of  his
notoriously explosive  temper  and  his  larger  than  life
personality.


He  had  a  very  bad  back  and  it  was  difficult  for  him
to  roll  out  of  bed  each  morning...but  he  worked  right
out  of  his  pain  until  he  became 
GENERAL  NORMAN  SCHWARZKOPF.


WE  SALUTE  YOU  GENERAL  FOR  A  JOB  WELL
DONE.


Our  prayers  are  with  Mrs.  Schwarzkopf  and  family.
May  you  feel  the  mercy  and  grace  of   God's  love.


The  LORD'S  loved  ones  are  precious  to  him;
it  grieves  him  when  they  die.
~PSALM  116: 15  (NLT)

Hugs  and  Prayers
Simply  Debbie

3 comments:

pchickki said...

Very lovely tribute to him Debbie
Hugs to you

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Debbie,
Great tribute to this general!
Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy 2013!
Hugs,
Mariette

Kathryn Ross said...

Hi Debbie! Blessings to you this Christmas and New Year! Thanks for stopping by - and so glad we have the freedom to take blogging breaks when needs must. It is great to be welcomed back by our dear ones in Blogland even if we've been away. May the Lord continue to deepen your walk this new year - and yes - you will hear more about my little antique volume . . .
Joy!
Kathy