Hello how are you? My name is Warren. I would like to express my condolences to you. I lost my dad as well in 2002 and that pain is unbearable for me. I felt physically sick to my stomach but I was able to find comfort in God's word the Bible.
Death is such a hard pill to swallow I know from personal experiences. I would like to share with you what I found out about the dead and what happens to us when we die and hope for our dead love ones.The dead are shown to be “conscious of nothing at all” and the death state to be one of complete inactivity. (Ec 9:5, 10; Ps 146:4) Those dying are described as going into “the dust of death” (Ps 22:15), becoming “impotent in death.” (Pr 2:18; Isa 26:14)
I'm hoping you this helps you find comfort in your lost as I have please feel free to ask any question you may have and I'll be more then happy to share with you what I know. Take care.
In both the Hebrew and the Greek Scriptures, death is likened to sleep, a fitting comparison not only because of the unconscious condition of the dead but also because of the hope of an awakening through the resurrection. (Ps 13:3; Joh 11:11-14) The resurrected Jesus is spoken of as “the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep in death.”—1Co 15:20, 21
Hey Kelly, me again. Thanks for sharing. I'm guessing he's your brother then. I am so sorry...you mentioned your dad is going through a loss of his son, so I can relate to that also. My sister passed away 5 years ago. She was my best friend, my mentor, my hero, my everything...she was very special and I can't wait to see her again too. Hang in there kelly, we will survive! Hugssss!!!!