They are all tucked away in my heart...how can I feel empty!!! There are so many I loved and they loved me! Grandparents,Mom & Dad,Aunts Uncles, cousins, friends!!!
All of them live in the house of the Lord...I can never say I walk alone...the Angels surround me!
I feel empty!!! Untill I return to my heart, where there all tucked away...I can be with them in my dreams...and feel them in my soul!
I hear them speak softly a wisper in my ear, there breaths are the wind beneath my wings...I am one of many...
They bring poetry to my heart...for in the invisable world they see us...they touch us...they are alway with us...there tucked away in my Heart!
Hi Cindy, My deepest condolences to you. I used to think the same thing as you do but i learned that the dead can not help you or harm you.
Our creator knows the truth, and in his Word, the Bible, he explains the condition of the dead. The living are conscious that they will die; but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all--Ecclesiastes 9:5 They are incapable of communicating with the living or of expressing any emotion—love or hate—or of carrying out any action.
When a person dies, he ceases to exist. Death is the opposite of life. The dead do not see or hear or think. Not even one part of us survives the death of the body. We do not possess an immortal soul or spirit. Psalm 146:4 says that when a man dies, “his thoughts do perish.” We are mortal and do not survive the death of our body.
The Bible provides definitive information on the origin of death, the condition of the dead, and the hope for the dead. The plain truth that “the dead . . . are conscious of nothing at all” should help you to realize that your deceased loved one are not suffering. Moreover, in the Bible, God extends the hope that we will see our dead loved ones again on a paradise earth.—John 5:28, 29.
By turning to the Holy Scriptures, you can learn that the Bible provides reliable guidance and comfort in every distressing situation.