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Molly K. Maxey

March 30, 1942 - July 1, 2018

And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

– Romans 8:28

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Wanda K. Robinson Wanda K. Robinson from NAPLES wrote on January 10, 2020 at 7:28 pm:
A great woman who will be in all of us forever. The smiles, laughter and love will be carried on. Her giving and caring heart. I think of Molly often and believe some days she standing next to me holding my hand to get through life. Love and miss her.
Natali Natali from Post Falls wrote on July 30, 2018 at 9:10 am:
A dear friend of Grandmother, Brother Gary Lutrick sent this to me at Clarence's request.
Evangelist Gary Lutrick remembers the late Molly Maxey and her walk of faith.
MALCOLM STROUD MALCOLM STROUD from Federal Way wrote on July 17, 2018 at 8:46 pm:
Oh my goodness!
So sad to hear of her passing.
I used to love the Xango calls.
With Josh hosting.
I still drink the juice Molly ...
Daily ...
Just letting you know ... ๐Ÿ˜Š
Rest peacefully ...
Sherry & Gregg Adair Sherry & Gregg Adair from St Augustine Fl wrote on July 14, 2018 at 5:21 pm:
We were always amazed at Molly's energy and business savvy. Molly was forever a kind hearted and giving woman who loved to see her "flock" achieve greater heights. She will be sadly missed.
Britt Driggars Britt Driggars from Sandpoint wrote on July 11, 2018 at 8:06 pm:
Thank you for putting this together Natalie, we need to get together sometime soon, sis. I love your mom and I loved Molly Maxey.
The first memory that I have of Molly was while sitting in church at Northside, and every time that the pastor would say something that she agreed with she would belt out a hearty "AMEN!" ๐Ÿ˜„
The funny thing about it was, every time she would do it...I felt the urge to do it as well. One day I approached her and said, "every time you say 'Amen'... I feel like I swallow an 'Amen' that should be coming out of my mouth too" ...she put her arm around me and she said "honey, you are quenchin the Holy Spirit when you do that! Say 'AMEN!' That's the Holy Spirit in you wanting you to encourage the pastor and agree with the truths that he's preachin!" It was honestly at that moment that I realized, that I was actually holding back the Holy Spirit trying to work through me in that way! Molly powerfully reiterated to me to (listen and to act) when The Spirit prodded me to โค
She was always smiling, quick to laugh and quick to give you the most loving hug and kiss on the cheek โค She told people that she loved them often, and without hesitation โค
But the most recent precious memories that I have of Molly is a couple of months ago when we were communicating back-and-forth about a circumstance that my husband and I were struggling with. She called me and told me that "she had plans to fix that and that I shouldn't worry because everything is gonna be great " โค
I called her and my husband and I had a conversation with her on speakerphone together for over an hour. She encouraged us both incredibly and then asked if I'd be interested in pulling some women together so that she could host a prayer meeting and Bible Study with us. But she told me that she wasn't going to tell anyone that it was her idea, but that it was mine ๐Ÿ˜‚She told me Katy (Kelsey and Annie Stutzke's mom who has passed on that she led to the Lord) specifically wanted her to get her daughter's together to learn how to pray boldly. She said she wanted me to gather up the people and that we would begin to fervently lift up the circumstance that we were struggling with, as well as any other requests we had, but especially, to pray for -the impossible and miracles- that we wanted to petition to God โค
I believe we met three times all together, and that next Friday that we were supposed to meet at her home is when she went into the hospital ๐Ÿ˜ญ It happened so fast. But I am so thankful that she went so peacefully.
Im those three short sweet meetings that we had, Molly shared with us story after story of miracles that she'd seen happen all throughout her life, and the faith that she had that she KNEW could move mountains. She wanted us to believe that we could have GREAT Mountain Moving Faith too, and to pray with POWER!!! โค
She quoted Scripture by memory constantly and urged us to memorize as much as we could too. And she reminded us of the promises of God's word that'd carried her through life with peace and caused her to grow in her faith daily. She loved to recite:
Luke 6:38
Give and it will be given unto you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will it be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured unto you.
She was one of the most thoughtful and generous people that you would ever meet.

I didn't get to know Molly as long as I wanted to know her. I feel like I got to touch the edge of her garment, but yet it has changed my life forever. But, in that time she passed on so many sweet gold nuggets of what it TRULY means to be a Bible Believing Christian, and what it really looks to be an earthly example of Jesus โค
We're going to get together and have a prayer and praise meeting without her this Friday morning, and I know there will be tears...You KNOW that Molly is missing from a room pretty quickly ๐Ÿ˜ญ
But, this life is short! And she's where I'll be when I pass on from this place too ๐Ÿ’• I loved her. All I can say is, when you hug people or kiss them, do it like you might not see them again for awhile.
God knows when it's time for us to go, but, we don't know. Cherish every single conversation, moment, and love on everyone you can as much as you can!!! โค
And, take the time to call, text or stop by and love on Clarence. That was his beloved wife of 34 years. And those sweet boys lost their mom. ๐Ÿ˜ž They need love, prayer and encouragement.
Lots of love and prayers,
โคBritt Driggars