Ainsley Earhardt shares heartbreaking news as she updates on beloved pastor Timothy Keller’s health
A conservative TV presenter has taken to social media with heartfelt thoughts to update the public on the health of a dear minister.
Fox morning show host Ainsley Earhardt expressed touching feelings in an Instagram post about pastor and theologian Timothy Keller.
The evangelical minister, who planted a thriving church in New York City, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2020 and has had a history of treatment for thyroid cancer.
Earhardt shared them on Instagram post about Keller with a heartbreaking statement on Thursday and the pastor died the following day at his New York home at the age of 72.
The Fox’s Fox and Friends host received plenty of comments from her nearly 330,000 followers on her authentic post, which provided an update on Keller’s health, which was rapidly deteriorating.
The photo posted by Earhardt included a screenshot of an announcement Keller’s family is fired his account He let his supporters know how he was doing at the time.
“Today, dad is discharged from the hospital to receive hospice care at home,” the statement said.
“In the last few days he has often asked us to pray with him. He has often expressed through prayer his desire to go home to be with Jesus.
“His family is very sad because we have all wished for more time, but we know he has very little at this point.”
Along with the family update screenshot, Earhardt shared some of her own thoughts on the beloved vicar.
Her caption asked, “Have you ever heard Tim Keller preach at Redeemer Pres in NYC? Have you ever seen that?” #New YorkTimes Article about Tim being used by God to grow the kingdom in NYC?”
In the caption, she also asked, “Have I ever read any of his books?”
Earhardt added, “This man is a divine intellect who beautifully told Bible stories. He has infused himself into our lives and now we must do the same for him.”
“Pray for his passing, his entry into heaven and for the loved ones he leaves behind. It is his only desire – to be with Jesus,
“Tim, you are loved and respected. Thank you for giving your life to Christ. You will not regret it. You made a difference in so many of our lives
“Thanks very much! We’ll see each other again one day. All the best to you and your family.”
People, touched by the pastor and touched by Earhardt’s words, flooded the comments on her post.
“My family and I have been a great blessing from Tim’s ministry and preaching while we lived in NYC,” said one Instagrammer.
They added, “An incredible man of faith.”
“His book The Meaning of a Marriage is life-giving,” said someone with a heart-shaped emoji.
“Amen,” one person agreed with Earhardt’s remarks.
“We will be good and faithful servants.”
Less than a day later, Keller’s family broke the unfortunate news of the dear husband’s death.
“Timothy J. Keller, husband, father, grandfather, mentor, friend, pastor and scholar, passed away at home this morning,” the painfully said family opinion shared on Instagram.
“Dad waited until he was alone with mom,” the post continues.
“She kissed his forehead and he breathed his last.”
The announcement ended by saying, “Some of his last words comfort us: ‘There is no problem if I leave, not in the least.’ See you soon Dad.”