Oarstine Boston Obituary, Death – We both have faith in this concept, both her and I. Grandma told me that after you leave your body, you are able to be with the Lord no matter where you are in the world. This was one of the most important lessons I learned from her. For the past 92.5 years, her presence has been a blessing from God to our family. We have an incredible amount of good fortune. Known as the Oarstine. The city of Boston, also referred to as “Arotinie”
AKA Grandma, you are the best female friend I’ve ever had, and together we’ve experienced some wonderful days, some lengthy discussions, some celebrations, and some challenging times. I know I won’t see you as often as I’d want, but I won’t hold it against you. The 23rd Psalm of Ascents The Psalmist states, “The Lord is my shepherd, and I shall not want,” and this is a promise that God will provide for all of my needs. He puts me to sleep by having me lie down in green pastures, which I find quite relaxing.
He takes me to a location that has seas that are calm. He calms the restlessness in my spirit. Because he cares about his reputation, he leads me down pathways that are as straight and narrow as possible. Because you are here with me, even though I will be walking through the path of the shadow of death, I will not be frightened; your rod and your staff, they will comfort me. Even though I will be going through the valley of the shadow of death. Even though I’ll be walking through the valley,
I won’t be afraid of the bad things there. You have prepared a feast for me in the midst of my enemies; you have anointed my head with oil; the contents of my cup have run over. “There is no question in my mind that goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and that I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.” Oarstine Hairston Boston, an ancestor who lived in Boston 2/23/1931-08/10/2023, Good morning!