In March 2019, I was privileged to witness Sarah resurrect fully into the heavens as the bride of Christ over the course of three days through dreams and visions and a deep inner knowing that were unlike anything I have ever had the privilege of experiencing. She had been with me for some time in spirit and in friendship as an angel. Daily, consistently.
She ascended quite literally in a sheer and white bridal gown with her arms outstretched upward as she became one with Christ her groom. I witnessed this. And upon looking up this imagery in the Bible I found this from Revelations:
“Let us rejoice and exault and give him the glory, for the marriage of the Lamb has come, and his Bride has made herself ready; it was granted her to clothe herself with fine linen, bright and pure”— for the fine linen is the righteous deeds of the saints. And the angel said to me, “Write this: Blessed are those who are invited to the marriage supper of the Lamb.” And he said to me, “These are the true words of God.”
Finally, on 4/18/19, Sarah visited me as a dove of peace and reconciliation and goodwill.
Please take a moment to honor Sarah by reading her obituary and rejoicing in her resurrection into the heavens:
Sarah Lynn Steele was born on December 23, 1984 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She died on November 14, 2017 in Seattle. She was a graduate of Lake Washington High School (2003) and Seattle Pacific University (2007), and an active member of the Lake Washington United Methodist Church in Kirkland. She was born with a rare musculoskeletal disease, fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP), and over the course of her life suffered from other illnesses as well. Toxic shock syndrome and respiratory failure claimed her life. She was the beneficiary of extraordinary medical care throughout her life, and her family wishes to express both gratitude for her many caregivers and outrage at a national healthcare system that denies to so many the care that Sarah enjoyed. Despite her sufferings and limitations, Sarah’s joy in life and optimistic outlook were undimmed. She was an active member of the International FOP Association and had friends all over the world. She had a lovely voice, a sweet smile and a radiant, outgoing personality. She loved to sing, and was a member of the LWHS Concert Choir, the SPU Women’s Choir, and the LWUMC Chancel Choir. She also loved movies, theater productions, detective novels, shopping, handcrafts, keychain collecting and chocolate. And she herself was loved by all who knew her. Sarah is survived by her parents, Richard Steele and Marilyn Hair; her siblings, Jonathan and Mollie; aunts Nancy Hair, Sally Hair (Brian Reid) and Carolyn (Rob) Thomas; and several cousins.
Please, if able, visit the following website to make a donation to the International FOP Association in honor of Sarah Steele and her family: