Thursday, March 6, 2014


This is exactly as I had it pictured in my mind.

Notice how the old woman is gazing back at the life that
she is leaving...then passes through the veil of death into the open arms of the Savior.
The "Come Unto Me" bronze sculpture took more than a year to make its first appearance.
Unveiled in the 2000, the original life-sized bronze monument stands in the grand foyer of the
Spilsbury Mortuary in St. George Utah. 
It has become a scenic attraction, in addition to a comfort to countless families at a most tender time
of their lives.It portrays the spiritual journey from mortality to immortality: an aged woman's body, returning to its
prime, and back to the arms of our Savior.
Death is not the end.

We all have an eternal destiny, as "Come Unto Me" portrays."For God so loved the world that He gave His
only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life."John 3:16  


Ann said...

thank you for sharing this!
death..i am not afraid of it and will welcome it when it is my time. i have many who will be waiting for me.
have a wonderful weekend Patti!!!xo

Lori Garbarino said...

I love this! I love you!!

Bevie said...

Patti I'm so happy to see this and to let you know it was a blessing as my mom passed this morning at 3am...God took her home peacefully. I too believe that sculpture is what I pictured in my mind too...PTL love you sweetie.

brenda Salzano said...

What a great sculpture! One to hold in my mind...

Linsart said...

I love this so much and can't wait to see Him !! Thanks for leaving the sweet comment on my blog, Sister !
Love you. Linda