We had gone to dinner at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building to celebrate our wedding anniversary. By the time we were done it was almost closing time for Temple Square, but I had a strong feeling that we should walk over there.
The sun was just setting behind the temple, making a magnificent view that reflected off of the roof of the Tabernacle and backlit the temple. A total stranger very kindly took a few pictures of Terri and I to add to our memories of that day.
We walked a few more feet and were so astonished to see Darrell and Cheyenne, Amy, George, Kathy and Jareth, (whom you may remember from their Un-Blog comments). They had just visited us the day before. They were on their way back to Tennessee, and had just stopped for a short visit to Temple Square.
It was a miracle to meet them there. I think it was also a “sign” but I’m not sure I understand of what.
We walked together up to the rotunda and marveled at the magnificent statue of Christ there. I noticed the shadow of Christ’s hand on the floor, and positioned my shadow hand holding onto his index finger like a little child’s. It brought the Spirit unexpectedly because I wasn’t creating a photo, I was reaffirming my relationship, and my dependence upon Him.
A few days later I received the results of my last CT scan. The doctor again said “No visible cancer”. My response was “Thank you Jesus,” and I thought of this picture, and wanted to share it with you.
Back to serious Un-Blogging tomorrow.