- 33 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 2, 1969
- Date of passing: Jun 11, 2003
"I'm thinking of you and of the tragic loss of your beloved Brian. I don't know you, and I didn't know Brian, but I hope that you will accept my deepest sympathy for you in your painful loss. Though time is going by, comfort is needed to sustain us with hope to see love ones again, and recently, this past Sept, I had a different loss, in that my very precious and beloved Mom died. Our loss' and grief and pain are different, though what continues to bring me comfort may bring you an added measure of comfort and peace. I think about the fact that my Mom isn't suffering, and that means a lot! And I look forward intently to the resurrection, at which time I hope to be here to welcome my Mom back to life with a close and loving hug! These are verses that help. Acts 24:15 promises 'there is going to be a resurrection.' Eccl. 9:11b that 'time and unexpected events (or, unforeseen occurrence) befall them all.' James 1:13 helps us understand that our loving God doesn't cause sad things to happen to our loved ones. Isa. 65:17b when our loved ones are alive again through the resurrection, then we won't remember the emotional pain we feel now. Rev. 21:4, 5 no death or pain. Isa. 33:24 no sickness of any kind. Job 33:24 your beloved Brian was very young, and yet this verse is helpful since it brings out that 'flesh will be fresher (or, healthier) than in youth.' Psalms 37:10, 11, 29 the conditions that many loved ones will experience upon returning back to life in the resurrection; 'meek ones will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace ... the righteous will live forever on the earth.' Rom. 15:4 comfort in the Scriptures. Take care, and again, I'm very sorry for your sad loss. Sincerely, Cindy Boyer"
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