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10 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. Welcome to Our Daily Bread. I enjoyed your devotional this morning.
    I was also blessed to be my mother’s caregiver in the last days of her life. The time in those last days was poignant and fulfilling for both of us. It is very hard to let go, but yes, they are pain free and with Jesus now. As we have the hope if the promise of eternal life, we will be reunited.

    • Thanks for that warm welcome to ODB and for your encouraging words, Pamela. You are so right! The time we spent with our moms during their last days was a priceless gift. I often wish I would have shared one more moment with her, been allowed to say one more thing, to hear her voice, her laughter, her wisdom . . . one more time. But as God helps me embrace and process my grief, I’m reminded that my mom is “pain free and with Jesus now.” Our hope of eternity comforts me. Thanks for your sweet reminder. I look forward to connecting with you more through ODB and here on my blog. Thanks for taking time to encourage me and to share a snippet of your story. You are loved and prayed for today, Sister. To God be the glory!

  2. Hallo, I am from germany. My english is not so good. But I want to say you, that I read Our Daily Bread. Thank you for your writing. God bless you! Bettina

    • Thank you, Bettina. Your message blessed my heart today. I am praying God will continue to encourage us through His Word and in His love, Sister.

  3. Hello Sister.
    I read your stuff on Our Daily Bread. I just want thank you and Praise the LORD for you and your gift. One more curious thing about your name Xochitl (soh-cheel) though. Is it Chinese or what tribal culture inspired your parents to give you such a unique name? 😀

    All the Grace and Peace… Remain blessed

    • Thanks for your kind words and the beautiful blessing. My name is Aztec. Thanks for taking time to encourage me. To God be the glory!

  4. Mrs. Dixon,
    This morning, 2/6/19, I read your devotional in the Daily Bread, and was so moved by it. I have been a reader of the D.B. since January, 1961, when my wife, Carol, and I visited a Wesleyan Methodist Church in Glens Falls. NY, where a lady by the name of Becky Potter, was handing out copies of the Daily Bread. At the time, I had just began teaching in a public school in nearby Warrensburg, NY. Since then, I have read the D.B. daily, and now receive copies to distribute to others. God bless you, Xochitl. Your article blessed me. After being married to Carol for 44 years, I was left alone when she died in 2003. At the time, we were living in Ridgely, Maryland, a small town on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. However, the next year, I met another Christian ministry leader near Jamestown, NY, whose husband had died, and Muriel and I were married in 2004. I am a retired school teacher and Wesleyan minister. Ralph L. Bramble

    • Thanks for your kind words of encouragement and for sharing your story, Brother. I thank God for the ways He has blessed your life as you love and serve Him and others.