Peaceful death: Inside a 70-year-old woman's final letter to God before her death

Peaceful death: Inside a 70-year-old woman's final letter to God before her death

- Twitter user, @_SegoMogorosi, has shared the letter of her 70-year-old grandmother before her demise

- Her 70-year-old grandmother thanked God for strengthening her to survive Diabetes which helped her to single-handedly raise her children

- @_SegoMogorosi's tweet has gone viral

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A Twitter user with handle name @_SegoMogorosi has erupted emotions with a soul-touching letter her 70-year-old grandmother allegedly left behind prior to her demise.

According to @_SegoMogorosi, her grandmother Eva Mabena, wrote her final letter to God before her death.

In the letter she shared on her Twitter handle, 70-year-old Eva Mabena, thanked God for the strength of surviving Diabetes and High blood pressure for so many years.

Eva Mabena indicated that with God’s help she was able to cope with Diabetes which helped her to single-handedly raise her children.

The grateful woman expressed appreciation in her opening letter, saying, ‘‘I thank you for keeping me safe in your blesses care for 70 years.’’

Peaceful death: Inside a 70-year-old woman's final letter to God before her death

Photo credit: @_SegoMogorosi/Twitter.com
Source: Twitter

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She further stated said: '‘strengthen [her] to survive Diabetes and High blood pressure to raise 4 children as a single mother.’’

‘‘You have given me strengthen to survive my illness of Diabetes and High blood pressure, to raise 4 children as a single mother. I am grateful for any independence and ability to provide for myself and my family.

None of this would have been possible without you. Again I thank you and remain your loyal servant and child,’’ she added in her letter.

The tweet by @_SegoMogorosi has gone viral and has generated over 64,000 reaction and more than 6,000 retweets.

Replying to @_SegoMogorosi tweet, @emkay_you wrote, ''Your grandmother made 70 look so good.. Rest in Peace to her... And i hope you find strength in her teachings.''

''He shall keep them in perfect peace,they whose minds are stayed on Him.........

Rest In Peace mama,'' @LikeMopo also wrote.

@Sopraseciano said: ''Sounds like she knew she was checking out of this life. May she rest peacefully.''

In another story, Ghana’s Kevin-Prince Boateng and his wife Melissa have celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary with stunning throwback images of their nuptial.

The loved-up pair tied the knot at a beautiful ceremony in 2016.

YEN.com.gh gathers that the Ghanaian footballer and his wife did not spend their lovey-dovey moment with their son, Maddox.

In a goose-bump dripping post on his Instagram account, Kevin flooded his social media handle with throwback wedding photos. Accompanying the gorgeous wedding photos, Kevin-Prince Boateng publicly reaffirmed his love for his wife.

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