HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div
You have lived a good life pleasing to the Lord. You have fulfilled your purpose on earth and God has been very good to you. He blessed the seed of your womb and in the name of your son Micah Nehemiah Stowe the work will be fulfilled in him. I believe some form of restoration among the family.
As the years progressed, God had another wonderful surprise for Sister Francilia Stowe aka May-May. God blessed her with a beautiful partner-in-life, a soulmate, whom she loved more than life. That soulmate is Brother Wesley Stowe. Sister Francilia Stowe aka May-May was Wesley’s faithful and devoted wife; and God gave them the pleasure and responsibility of raising a beautiful child: Micah Nehemiah Stowe. As the years progressed, so did their love for one another. The Stowe family was a loving family and the household was a blessed household. Brother Wesley wanted his wife to raise their son together, but God had other plans for their lives. Sister Francilia Stowe aka May-May will not see her son graduate college nor to attend his wedding, his father Brother Wesley Stowe will have that opportunity sometime in the future if it pleases the Lord. Micah Nehemiah Stowe will continue live with one thin in his heart besides his God and that is the love of his mother Sister Francilia Stowe aka May-May. In addition, they will enjoy the support of their family and the church to take them through this time of grief and loss. Sister Francilia Stowe aka May-May loved and enjoyed her family, and her family loved and enjoyed her.
Sister Francilia Stowe aka May-May now has the family she always wanted and so much deserved. Once again, “God anointed her head with oil and abundantly blessed her life, and her cup runneth over.” I know her desire was to serve the Lord and be a part of the heavenly family like so many of us. You join Brother William Branham and the saints in glory along with your mother. In hope that one day your husband and son will meet you when it pleases the Lord.
So sleep on my beloved sister in hope as Paul puts it “to be absent from this body and to be present with the Lord”.