Molly Mathew was born on May 25, 1952, in Pennukara Chengannur,
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Kerala, to K.E. Thomas and Chinamma Thomas. She was the eldest
of three children, Pastor Jacob Thomas and the late Soumy Joy, and
the second to be called to her heavenly home. She was active in the
Marthoma church and married her husband, V.M. Mathew (Mani),
who belonged to the Church of South India. Later, she and her
husband joined the India Pentecostal Church. After their marriage,
she followed her husband to Madhya Pradesh, North India to work
in the governmental sector. Several years later, they came back to
Kerala and settled down in Ala, Chengannur. Her husband became
a minister in the IPC fellowship in Chengannur and were active
members of their fellowship. In the year of 2015, her husband
passed away, and she joined her only daughter in Florida.
She was known by many as a woman of a gentle and loving character.
Her sweet countenance and smile made all who spoke to her at ease.
She was always joyful in the Lord, which often helped her make
difficult situations light. She was a woman of great integrity and
character, one who valued honesty and loyalty. She was an example
to all who met her, and her actions spoke volumes of her great faith
God was faithful to grant her desire to be home with her family
in her last moments. On August 1, 2020, as family and servants of
God unitedly prayed, sang, and read Scripture, dear Molly Mathew
began to breathe her last breaths. At 4:25 p.m., while enjoying the
peaceful presence of God, and as Psalms 29:11 was being repeatedly
read, Molly Mathew went home to be with the Lord whom she loved.
Molly Mathew is survived by her only daughter, Sini Daniel; son-
in-law, Sabu Daniel; grandson, Shawn Daniel; and granddaughter
Sharon Daniel; her sibling, Pastor Jacob Thomas; and countless
nephews, nieces, and other relatives around the world who loved
her very much. We have assurance that she is with the Lord, and we look forward to seeing her on the other shore.