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Beautiful Story  / Donna Mother Of Christina Ann Valle   Read >>
Beautiful Story  / Donna Mother Of Christina Ann Valle
Your story about your dad is beautiful.  I take care of my 82 year old mother and my grandson that was from my daughter who died in 2005.  It is so true that life is so short and if were not careful it will pass us by.  I like that song by Kenney Chesney Don't Blink.  May the Lord bless you always for the care tht you have for others. Close
very proud  / Taiwo Olateju   Read >>
very proud  / Taiwo Olateju
Bisoye is extremely proud of her dad and can't stop talking about him. This had made some of  us (Bisoye's friend ) to pay our tribute and pray that the chief rest in peace. In fact with Bisoye working hard to make the chief's memory lingers on, I know the balogun of egbaland will be smiling and be giving praises to his daughter Close
Condolences / Nikki Wagner   Read >>
Condolences / Nikki Wagner

I just lost my Dad in July from a heart attack. He had just turned 51 5 days before he passed away. I am 25 and I am pregnant with my 2nd child. He got to meet my 1st son and I have pictures and video with them together, but I wish more than anything that he could be here to see this baby. I can't stop thinking about him and I'm sure you feel the same way about your father. My prayers are with you and your family. I have a website for my father as well.  It is:

mark-hobbs.memory-of.com

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My deepest condolences  / Hendrick Polanco   Read >>
My deepest condolences  / Hendrick Polanco

My deepest condolences.  May these few word from the Holy Scriptures bring you comfort...

John 11:32-45

32 And so Mary, when she arrived where Jesus was and caught sight of him, fell at his feet, saying to him: “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.” 33 Jesus, therefore, when he saw her weeping and the Jews that came with her weeping, groaned in the spirit and became troubled; 34 and he said: “Where have YOU laid him?” They said to him: “Lord, come and see.” 35 Jesus gave way to tears. 36 Therefore the Jews began to say: “See, what affection he used to have for him!” 37 But some of them said: “Was not this [man] that opened the eyes of the blind man able to prevent this one from dying?”

38 Hence Jesus, after groaning again within himself, came to the memorial tomb. It was, in fact, a cave, and a stone was lying against it. 39 Jesus said: “TAKE the stone away.” Martha, the sister of the deceased, said to him: “Lord, by now he must smell, for it is four days.” 40 Jesus said to her: “Did I not tell you that if you would believe you would see the glory of God?” 41 Therefore they took the stone away. Now Jesus raised his eyes heavenward and said: “Father, I thank you that you have heard me. 42 True, I knew that you always hear me; but on account of the crowd standing around I spoke, in order that they might believe that you sent me forth.” 43 And when he had said these things, he cried out with a loud voice: “Laz´a·rus, come on out!” 44 The [man] that had been dead came out with his feet and hands bound with wrappings, and his countenance was bound about with a cloth. Jesus said to them: “Loose him and let him go.”

45 Therefore many of the Jews that had come to Mary and that beheld what he did put faith in him;

If you would like more information about this passage please go to the link below...

http://www.watchtower.org/e/20070501/article_01.htm

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SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS  / LOYDA POLANCO   Read >>
SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS  / LOYDA POLANCO

RICARDO still remembers sitting with his wife, Maria, in the doctor's waiting room. * Neither of them had the courage to read the results of Maria's latest medical examinations. Then, Ricardo opened the envelope, and they hastily glanced over the medical language of the report. They spotted the word "cancer," and both began to cry as they realized the full import of that word.

"The doctor was very kind," recalls Ricardo, "but he obviously realized the gravity of the situation because he kept telling us that we had to trust in God."

The doctor kept telling us that we had to
trust in God

Before radiation treatment had begun, Maria's doctor noticed involuntary movements in her right foot. Further tests revealed that the cancer had spread to her brain. After just one week of treatment, the radiation was suspended. Maria slipped into a coma and died two months later. "I was glad that her suffering had ended," explains Ricardo, "but I missed her so much that I found myself wishing that my life would come to an end too. Often, I would cry out to God: 'Why did you allow this to happen?'"

When Tragedy Strikes, Questions Abound
Like Ricardo, countless people throughout the world are forced to face up to the reality of suffering. Many times, it is the innocent who suffer. Think of the heartrending grief caused by the relentless armed conflicts that plague mankind. Or consider the pain felt by the numerous victims of rape, child abuse, domestic violence, and other evils committed by man. Throughout history there seems to have been no limit to the injustice and pain that men and women have been willing to inflict on one another. (Ecclesiastes 4:1-3) Then there is the anguish of victims of natural disasters or of emotional, mental, and physical illnesses. It is little wonder that many ask, "Why does God allow such suffering?"

Even for those with religious convictions, suffering is never easy to deal with. You too may wonder what reason a loving, all-powerful God could possibly have for permitting human suffering. Finding a satisfying and truthful answer to this puzzling question is vital for our peace of mind and our relationship with God. The Bible provides such an answer. Please consider what it has to say as presented in the following article.

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My deepest condolences  / Hendrick Polanco   Read >>
My deepest condolences  / Hendrick Polanco

My deepest condolences. May these few words from the Holy Scriptures give you comfort...

John 11:32-45

32 And so Mary, when she arrived where Jesus was and caught sight of him, fell at his feet, saying to him: “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.” 33 Jesus, therefore, when he saw her weeping and the Jews that came with her weeping, groaned in the spirit and became troubled; 34 and he said: “Where have YOU laid him?” They said to him: “Lord, come and see.” 35 Jesus gave way to tears. 36 Therefore the Jews began to say: “See, what affection he used to have for him!” 37 But some of them said: “Was not this [man] that opened the eyes of the blind man able to prevent this one from dying?”

38 Hence Jesus, after groaning again within himself, came to the memorial tomb. It was, in fact, a cave, and a stone was lying against it. 39 Jesus said: “TAKE the stone away.” Martha, the sister of the deceased, said to him: “Lord, by now he must smell, for it is four days.” 40 Jesus said to her: “Did I not tell you that if you would believe you would see the glory of God?” 41 Therefore they took the stone away. Now Jesus raised his eyes heavenward and said: “Father, I thank you that you have heard me. 42 True, I knew that you always hear me; but on account of the crowd standing around I spoke, in order that they might believe that you sent me forth.” 43 And when he had said these things, he cried out with a loud voice: “Laz´a·rus, come on out!” 44 The [man] that had been dead came out with his feet and hands bound with wrappings, and his countenance was bound about with a cloth. Jesus said to them: “Loose him and let him go.”

45 Therefore many of the Jews that had come to Mary and that beheld what he did put faith in him;


If you would like more information regarding this passage please go to the link below...

http://www.watchtower.org/e/20060315/article_02.htm

 

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