The Robertson McQuilkin Story

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  • 2011-09-17T02:33:41

I remember having to tell my Daddy that we were going to have to put Mama in a nursing home because we were no longer able to give her the care she needed for her illness with Alzheimer's. I had only seen him cry one other time when his mother died, but that afternoon he just wept. He never missed spending a day with her until he died first. I'm not sure if Mama knew Daddy had passed away, but she always asked us where he was when we were there. I think she missed him coming by every day even though she was very confused. They are together now forever!

  • 2011-09-16T03:20:57

An incredible story and shared it on facebook.....what a love story.

  • 2011-09-15T20:48:20

Thanks Cerise...a big help <3, by the way did you see the CBN 700 Club re: Alzheimer's..... well it will make you rise up with comments like his!

  • 2011-09-15T17:28:41

It's not an easy road to travel taking care of someone who is ill with Alzheimer's. My grandmother and Aunt had it and my mother took care of them both untill death and now my mother in law has been diagnosed. I commend Mr. McQuilkin..What an example of a true man of God and an undying love for his wife..."till death us do part."

  • 2011-09-15T13:20:31

It's till death do us part, to my wonderful husband, Kevin!

  • 2011-09-15T13:10:40

I was in the auditorium, listening to that announcement, when President McQuilkin was speaking, and I have read his book (Living by Vows), and listened to it repeatedly over the years, and every time it affects me greatly. I am SO glad that you are sharing the testimony of this great man with couples around the country!

  • 2011-06-29T14:38:11

Wow, to be so honorable! Decide today, I did.

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