Condolence: Hello… I want to express my sincere sympathy for the loss of your loved one and share a hope promised in the Bible that may offer some comfort as you grieve your loss The passage I would like to share is:
“The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life.” (John 5:28, 29)
With the loss of your loved one I hope you can make a little time to study the Bible for yourself.
I hope that seeing the promise for yourself, and making this resurrection hope your very own, can give you some genuine comfort during this difficult time.
Thank you for reading my message.
Condolence: Hello, I would like to express my sincere condolences to you and your family for your loss. It is a very difficult experience to go through and makes you wonder who can you turn to for true comfort. I would like to encourage you to read 2Corithians 1:3-4. It highlights how God comforts us in our trials and he cares.
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Condolence: I have known John for over 20 years, he was such a generous man with a sense of dry humor that would just make you laugh. I worked with him during those 20 years and he taught me some of life's greatest lessons, as well as when to buy and when to sell on the stock market, and when to invest. As the years went on, and we both left Handleman, we kept in contact, I will so miss our weekly conversations on everything from kids, to grandchildren and politics. I awoke this morning and I miss the phone call reminding me to vote and to vote "right". He loved his family and he was a great man to work for. My deepest sympathy goes out to Ms Glenda and Heather at this time, but know he was a respected and gentle man who will be greatly missed.
Condolence: I'm sorry I did not meet John Neal, but I did know his father, Huel. Huel was my daddy, LaVerne Dancy's, cousin. I actually got to know Huel when he moved back to work for NRCS(formerly known as the Soil Conservation Service) out of our Area Office in Greenwood. I worked in the Marks and later the Cleveland Field Offices and retired a couple of years ago. In fact, John and I are the same age! I'm sorry for the sorrowful time you are in, but trust that he knew Jesus as his Lord and Saviour and that we can all have a great reunion one day! I will be lifting you up in prayer in the days to come.