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What Cissy Houston Said to Whitney

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A mother loses her child and the world comforts her. Cissy Houston found solace in the prayers of the millions of well wishers and one other very special visitor: Whitney. Here’s what Cissy said to Whitney,

[God] came for you. But not without warning. For two months now I have been depressed, crying, lonesome and sad and not knowing why.On Saturday before I found out about your transition, my doorbell rang. I went to answer it, but there was no one there. It rang again and again, no one was there. I called the concierge to tell him someone was ringing my doorbell. He checked the camera and told me no one was there. You promised me you were coming to spend time with me after the Grammys. I believe the spirits allowed you to come after all.

If you’ve ever had a “pennies from heaven” moment, you understand the sense of peace Cissy felt when Whitney visited from beyond. With God’s graces so abundant in life, is it any surprise that He shows generosity in the afterlife?

It’s nice to think that heaven is not a gated community. The flow of love and guidance from God’s angels comes to us through the memories of our loved ones. It’s enough to sustain us. We have faith, one day we will reunite.

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  • Susan Diamond

    Holly, I’m touched by your story. What a blessing that you have comfort after your Dad’s passing. Thank you for sharing.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Holly

    I can really related to cissy houstons story. When I found out that my father was told that the illness he had there was nothing more the drs could do and that he would soon pass. Not only was it an immeasurable shock, because he had been through so many illnesses and he always bounced back. But when he did pass as I gave him his last hug and kiss before we closed his casketI asked him to please come to me in a dream. It was a month later when while i slept I heard his voice as clear as if he was right at my bedside. He called me by my nickname and said what are you up to birdie. And with every tear that I shed for him its as if I can feel his presence and a gentle touch telling me its ok dont cry. The last gift he gave me was a lifetime of memories of him. I do take comfort in knowing that he isnt sick anymore and that he is with the two people he loved and missed so much his mother and my babysister

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