Condolence: To the Smith family,
It’s been almost a year since I sent your family expressions of my deepest sympathy in the loss of Penny. The first year anniversary of the death of a loved one is difficult. At this time the memories of both their death and memories of their lives, flood the heart and minds of those who loved and miss them so much.
As you go through this one year anniversary, God will help you, if you ask Him. —Psalm 72:12-14. Keep praying for Holy Spirit. You will feel relief in time, as God replaces grief with joy, anguish with peace. (Matt. 7:7-11) Soon God’s Kingdom, which we pray for, will bring an end to our enemy death and signal the time when our loved ones will be resurrected; reunited with us. – John 5:28, 29.
Condolence: We aren't sure who Pat G is who left the last condolence, but I wanted to say that her words do not represent my Mother's beliefs nor who she was as a person. The family is of course grateful for condolences, but anyone who knew Mom would have known that she would prefer non-religious messages left here. Thank You.
Condolence: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. Death is the enemy of all mankind, yet when it touches us personally, few find the comfort they search for. And death itself leaves so many with unanswered questions. Many have found comfort in the pages of God's Word the Bible (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4). In God's word we find the promise that we can be reunited with our loved ones (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15). The Bible also tells us where this happy reunion will take place (Psalm 37: 11, 29). The God of the Bible will eliminate death forever (Isaiah 25:8; Revelation 21:3,4).