Reaching the world with the Word of God ONE SEED at a time!

                                 Minister Patricia Ann Scott

August 22, 1949 to November 22, 2012

 

"Mom experienced the first breath we took, she heard our very first cry. On November 22, 2012, she was fortunate enough to hear our last laughs and our last cries as we hovered over her to say our goodbyes. It was a rare and precious gift for us to be there while mom took her last breath before going home to be with the Lord, it was nothing short of a miracle and gift from God."

-Bernita

 

 

"Precious in the sight of The Lord is the death of His Saints" -Psalms 116:15

 

 

 

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August 22, 1949 to November 22, 2012
Six Months Later...
Remembering mom.
It has been six months since mom went home to be with The Lord.  The memories that come to mind are the ones closet to my heart.  Mom often indulged me by sharing the most precious moments to her of me as a young child.   Mom told met that when she went in labor (I was the second of four) that the doctors and nurses were all talking and laughing and cracking jokes.  Mom told me she laughed so much during what was supposed to be excruciating pain that before they could prep her for delivery of me, I had arrived!  She says, "Before they could prep me and give me a shot for pain you were here!"  
     She told me that it was as if I couldn't wait to enter the world and take on the adventures which laid before me.  As a young child my sisters often made fun of me (we did it to each another) and called me 'goofy' because I laughed a lot!  Ironically enough mom laughed the entire time during my delivery, maybe this is why I laugh more than I cry and smile more than I frown.  
     Another memory mom told me about was when I was a toddler, maybe 2 or 3, she said when she would undress me for a bath I would immediately take off running, butt naked!  She laughed and said that no matter where I was I didn't seem to like having clothes on.  I was free spirited and loved running around the house naked.  She said that one time I ran out on the front porch with nothing on!  Can you imagine that!  She had to chase me back into the house.  Well, I know I don't do these things now but my husband enjoys-let's say private moments. LOL
     It's these types of stories that make me remember mom and all of my childhood memories!  Share your childhood story with your kids so that each generation remembers the next. 
God bless you all
Still missing you mom...
-Bernita    May 22, 2013

Today is June 26, 2013

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; Before you were born I sanctified you.”  Jeremiah 1:5 - Father in Jesus name thank You for another wonderful birthday!  It's the first birthday in 43 years that my mom wont be able to wish me a happy birthday..She would make it a practice to call and sing "Happy Birthday to You"....Maybe I will see her in my dreams..good night all.  -Bernita (06/26/69)

Six Months Later...


Remembering mom.

It has been six months since mom went home to be with The Lord.  The memories that come to mind are the ones closet to my heart.  Mom often indulged me by sharing the most precious moments to her of me as a young child.   Mom told met that when she went in labor (I was the second of four) that the doctors and nurses were all talking and laughing and cracking jokes.  Mom told me she laughed so much during what was supposed to be excruciating pain that before they could prep her for delivery of me, I had arrived!  She says, "Before they could prep me and give me a shot for pain you were here!"  

     She told me that it was as if I couldn't wait to enter the world and take on the adventures which laid before me.  As a young child my sisters often made fun of me (we did it to each another) and called me 'goofy' because I laughed a lot!  Ironically enough mom laughed the entire time during my delivery, maybe this is why I laugh more than I cry and smile more than I frown.  

     Another memory mom told me about was when I was a toddler, maybe 2 or 3, she said when she would undress me for a bath I would immediately take off running, butt naked!  She laughed and said that no matter where I was I didn't seem to like having clothes on.  I was free spirited and loved running around the house naked.  She said that one time I ran out on the front porch with nothing on!  Can you imagine that!  She had to chase me back into the house.  Well, I know I don't do these things now but my husband enjoys-let's say private moments. LOL

     It's these types of stories that make me remember mom and all of my childhood memories!  Share your childhood story with your kids so that each generation remembers the next. 


God bless you all

Still missing you mom...

-Bernita    May 22, 2013

Mom, Prayer Warrior!

Today is March 22, 2013, 120 days since mom went home to be with the Lord.  The next time someone complains to me about their mother, I won't be able to hold back on my preaching.  I didn't complain about doing things for my mom in her last months on earth because I viewed it as an honor and privilege. 

"Never murmur and complain about the one who gave you life, including The Lord God Almighty!" - Bernita

As the saying goes, parents are not supposed to have to bury their kids, but no one gives instructions on how kids are to bury their parents...Although I know mom is in a MUCH BETTER PLACE, God doesn't allow sadness in heaven so I hold back tears as best I can. Who knows, maybe mom will be able to take a glace at her four girls (Shennill, Me, Wanda Monae, Peaches) and know we're all ok and miss her dearly...cherish your loved ones because no one is promised 2morrow...it takes less than a minute to call your mom and say "I just called to say I love you" (wow that one goes way back) find the time to do just that!

Get rid of any grudges you have toward another.

Forgive those who have wronged or hurt you.

Love someone like it's the last chance you have with them before they leave this world.

Pray always.

Give thanks...


"Thank You Lord for a praying mother, who prayed for me when I was in the jaws of sin and darkness.  

Thank You Lord for a mother who made her four girls read their bibles and trust in God.

Thank You Lord for the last days I got to be by mother's side....until she breathed her last.

And most of all Lord, thank You for my mother who will greet me in heaven when my time comes.

-Bernita


 


 


 

Room 110

In Loving Memory of Mom

August 22, 1949 - November 22, 2012

Imagine being in a large room with hardwood floors, a large window with the blinds drawn and dim lighting throughout the room.  Now imagine two white leather love seats tucked discretely in the corner of the room.  Picture a bed in the center of this room.   I want you to see mom, sister Pat lying in this bed with white sheets and blankets pulled up to her chest as she breathes ever so gently.  Picture her chest as it rise and falls with each breath that she takes. 

There is a lounge chair to the right of the bed and a night stand to the left.  I want you to see me sitting in the lounge chair on her right, holding her hand underneath the white blanket with my left hand while holding a book in my right.  The book I am holding is called "A Divine Revelation of Heaven"by Mary K. Baxter.  There is soft worship music playing in the background as I read to mom.  My sister, Shennill and I take turns reading this book.  As the day wears on, there is weeping, reading, singing, talking and laughing. 

Now imagine each of her grand kids entering this large dim room.  As they arrive, one by one they are led to her bedside.  They take turns having a seat next to grand mom to say their goodbyes.  They don't see sickness or pain, all they see is grand mom sleeping in a bed.  The kids are reassured that although grandma is sleeping she can clearly hear everything that goes on, even their whispers in her ear.  The kids range from ages 5 to 19.  Visitors drift in and out as we reminisce and testify about the wonderful life mom lived and the impact she had on everyone she touched.  Testimonies and praise pour out, as we recognize the presence of the LORD throughout moms life which is evident by the lives she leaves behind. 

Now imaginefamily and friends gathering around mom's bed holding hands for a final prayer of release and farewells.  Soon after, all the visitors began to leave, and the grand kids have gone home for bed.  There are four of us who remain behind: me on mom's right, Shennill to her left, Wanda Mona' at her left leg and Nottra at her right leg.  We each sit around mom the way we sit around the table during the holiday's.  There are moments of silence followed by faint cries and weeping, all while worship music continues to echo the shadows. 

Throughout the night we talk about our lives, our families and our experiences; we remember the times with mom, we joke we laugh, we sing, all while never leaving her side.  Time presses on towards the dawn.  Hours feel like minutes and all at once we notice mom's breathing rapidly changing as if to clear her throat as she prepares to depart for the last time.  As I hold her hand in my right hand underneath the white blanket, I place my left hand on her forehead and then gently rub her cheek, I could tell that the once warm hand I held all through the night was beginning to grow cold.  We each hovered over mom for our last kiss, our last goodbye and our final farewells.  With me to her right and Shennill to her left, Wanda Mona' to her left leg and Nottra to her right, we watched anxiously as mom's breaths became shorter and fewer in between. 

With her mouth slightly open, she takes a breath in and 30 seconds later she exhales and releases her last and final breath...We all stare in silence, watching her chest, waiting...There is no heartbeat, she breaths no more.  My sisters and I look at one another and then we look toward the ceiling in ROOM 110, we throw mom a kiss and wave goodbye with forced smiles, fighting back our tears.  We envisioned mom waving back as she sees her four girls standing around her now lifeless body on a bed draped in white.  As mom holds the hand of her guardian angel she turns and enters the pearly gates of heaven.  Mom is gone.  Silence is suddenly broken when I say, "Well everybody, at least we got to be together for one more Thanksgiving Day."  And then we embraced one another and we wept...ONE SCRIPTURE PLAYS IN MY MIND OVER AND OVER...and that is: "Precious in the sight of The Lord is the death of His Saints"  -Psalms 116:15

 -Bernita Scott Weston 

 

Leaving a Message for Mom in Heaven

Hello mom it's me, just checking in to see how you've been. Now that the holidays have past boy this year seemed to go fast.  If I asked You Lord to let me hear mom's voice in my dreams I might sound confused or so it may seem.  I want to hear her say to me that she is well and happy.  She is in a place she so desperately longed to be would this be wrong of me?  You are The Lord God Almighty, the God of all flesh, there is nothing too hard for You, if I pray for this thing would this mean my faith is fresh and anew?  If I asked her to visit me in my sleep and there's no doubt in my heart only victory, would that be wrong of me? If so, I don't need to know.  I know that with You all things are possible.  No one in heaven thinks about those left behind, how could they be at peace if they wondered what was on our mind?  I trust You Lord with all of my heart, my soul and my strength; hearing from mom would be a sweet hint.  Is it forbidden to hear a voice in the night while in a deep sleep and there is no fright?  In a deep sleep where You often reach out to man with Your purpose and Your plan?  If I could hear my mother my sunshine and my heart beat, oh how sweet that would be to me.  It brings things to my mind.  I often ask myself, did I pray hard enough for my mother's health?  Did I call her enough?  Did I talk to her enough?  Did I encourage her enough? Did she know how much I loved her?  Was it enough?  I know the answer to these things and yet I can't help for wondering, it's her peace of mind that matter most to me.  I called her sunshine because she reminded me of the sun with all its beauty and unrecognized fun. She was the perfect type of heat, the perfect temperature even in her sleep.  Mom often said that she wished she had a body like mine, but somehow she knew she would run out of time. I'm not perfect but strive to be, mom's body is now ten times more healthy. I know that one day I will see her again but I'm not rushing my time or living in sin.  When that day comes it will be the time for me, whether I live to be one hundred or ninety-three.  I can only pray that someday she will meet and greet me and guide me to where I need to be.  She will lead in song to the pearly gates of the Most High's Throne.  I am blessed to have had the time I spent in mom's presence; she was truly a woman of heart felt essence.  There are no regrets no heart aches and no sorrow, but I'd be lying if I say I won't think of her tomorrow.  You are a God of love and compassion; You are He who is never out of fashion. I believe that those there get to take a peek, at what we are doing if we practice what we preach. So I say my goodbyes as the tears poor from my eyes.  A special goodnight to the lady who put up a good fight, with this last note I will have peace tonight.

-Bernita Weston


 
In Loving Memory of the Matriarch our Mom our Queen Minister Patricia Ann Scott

August 22, 1949 to November 22, 2012


 

Mom passed away on November 22, 2012 from breast cancer, she was living in assisted living on a fixed income due to a disability from a car accident years prior.  Mom did not have insurance prior to her death; this left us with the burden of her burial.  If you would like to give a donation toward her burial site, you may do so by clicking below.  May the Lord richly bless you as you give. Thank You for your donation. 

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"He who has pity on the poor lends to the LORD, and He will pay back what he has given."   -Proverbs 19:17

 


Mom at a very young age posing for dad! 

Her Last

Today is March 29, 2012, as I sit erect on my bed; I drown my blanket with tears. It is 3:30am, and I remember mom. I think back on her last days. It then comes to me that was privileged enough to get to spend mom's last days taking care of her. I bought the last groceries she would ever need; I bought the last gift she would receive, a plant a red lily that I now keep on my table. I bought the last towels she would ever use. I bought the last nightgown she would ever wear. I gave mom her last hairstyle as I combed through her silky black hair. I gave mom the last sponge bath she would ever have. I gave her the last massage she would need. I was able to say her last prayers with her before she left. I was able to brush her teeth only days before her last. I was able to wash her face, fluff her pillow, sit by her side, laugh, and cry with her. I was able to change her last bed pad she would ever need. I was able to hear her last cries for help as the nurses turned her fragile body. I was able to give the last kiss she would ever receive. I was able to wipe her last tear from her eyes as I said my goodbyes. I was able to dance her last dance at church that she would ever need. I got to sing her last song she would sing. I got to give her the last laugh she would ever have. And most of all, I got to hold her hand and listen to her take her last breath....


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