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He Will Call

*** sn song 111 p. 131 He Will Call ***

Song 111

He Will Call

(Job 14:13-15)

1. Life, like a mist, appears for just a day,

Then disappears tomorrow.

All that we are can quickly fade away,

Replaced with tears and sorrow.…

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Added by Margaret Lopez on September 30, 2014 at 6:43am — 1 Comment

Can the Dead really Live again

*** T-35 pp. 1-4 Can the Dead Really Live Again? ***

Can the Dead Really Live Again?

Would you say . . .

yes?

no?

•…

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Added by Margaret Lopez on September 30, 2014 at 6:37am — No Comments

Where do I go?

I have been feeling blah. It's mixed emotions and I need a place to talk about it. I'm 30 and I need to talk about the last decade to help me move on through the next.



I met a guy after high school in 2003, married by 2007 divorced by 2011. Since then I have been "paddling my own canoe." When it comes to maintaining my home, expenses and lifestyle. I have both my parents whom I love and get along really well with.I have two sisters, sadly though we don't have a strong bond. At this… Continue

Added by Morgan1010 on September 28, 2014 at 12:17pm — 3 Comments

When Grief and Engagement Intersect

In March, just weeks before my mom died, Greg and I began to discuss a future together. I felt as if we were dancing around the topic a bit, probably because I had been married before and a part of me wanted to make sure it would truly be right, but also knowing that life changes and…

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Added by Michelle Linn-Gust on September 26, 2014 at 12:13pm — No Comments

Life Without End At Last

Song 55

Life Without End—At Last!

(John 3:16)

1. Can you see with your mind’s eye,

Peoples dwelling together?

Sorrow has passed. Peace at last!

Life without tears or pain.

(CHORUS)

Sing out with joy of heart!…

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Added by Margaret Lopez on September 26, 2014 at 6:52am — 1 Comment

"What the .... is wrong with you?"

It has been 1 year 3 months and 10 days since my baby boy, Liam, passed away. I have experienced all the cliches that go along with the grieving process; The disillusionment of it all. The most prominent "symptom", the overwhelming paralyzing depression. Most recently, I have encountered harshest of the all. My husband turned on me. We have been as thick as thieves. He has supported me the whole way. A couple tiffs but nothing severe. However,.....

Just the other day, he exploded. "Why… Continue

Added by Heatha on September 25, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Dying of a Broken Heart

I  had people very close to me die right after their mate dies....I am sure you heard of a similar case.

Stephen M. Oppenheimer, a neurologist at Johns Hopkins University medical school in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A revealed findings that this is indeed possible....A broken heart can be deadly.... (Psalms 69 :20)

Added by TCGOODWIN on September 23, 2014 at 1:22pm — No Comments

What not to say to a bereaved parent

When a friend gave birth to a stillborn baby her granny told her, “Now you have your own angel.” This comment upset my friend and yet her granny repeated it every time they spoke. My friend shared, “I love my granny but my baby is dead and what she is saying to me is no comfort.”

It is rare to…

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Added by Robbie Miller Kaplan on September 18, 2014 at 12:49pm — No Comments

Dress Code Changing for Funeral Services

Q. Do I have to wear a dark suit and tie to my uncle’s funeral?  My significant other says I should, but I want to wear a nice collared shirt and khakis. It seems to me everybody’s more casual these days. What’s your opinion?…

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Added by Florence Isaacs on September 17, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments

The Honey To Do List

The Honey To Do List

By joeys guy

Honey here is your to do list

It was written after that first time we kissed

I know you are that special one

Who would follow the list till it’s done

Follow the list in it’s order

Do not change, do not alter

The first thing you will do

Is to ask me to marry you

You will love me as I love you

With the promise of a love that’s true

You will give me children, maybe…

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Added by Michael Gelb on September 16, 2014 at 10:54pm — No Comments

Grieving Mother of son

Hello my name is Shirley Mitchner, On June 28, 2014 our son passed away due to a drowning accident (that is questionable and still under investigation). My son Brandon was 22 years old, he lived at home, had a part time job went to school and graduated with a Associates Degree in Marketing, would have gone to a 4 year University to get his Bachelor Degree. He had a small business in which he had hoped someday it would grow into something really big. Brandon was very liked in the community.…

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Added by shirley on September 16, 2014 at 2:53pm — No Comments

Birthday for My Only Son 9/21. He was shot in the head 9/30.

"My only 20yrs old son was shot in the head Pamela too. The girl he was with said they were playing with the gun, and that my son shot himself. I know she is covering up something. He went to get his things and the next thing we hear, my son was…"

Added by Bera on September 16, 2014 at 12:21am — No Comments

Link to my blog

I set up a blog before I found this site.  My name is Miranda and we lost our daughter on May 7, 2013.  Our story is on my blog at: timewithbella.com

Added by Miranda on September 15, 2014 at 8:08am — No Comments

Solo Vacations for Widows

Q. I’m in my 50’s and thinking of taking a vacation by myself so I can meet some new people. But I’m also frightened. I’ve never traveled completely alone before, although my late husband and I saw much of the world together. Do you have any suggestions?

I think you’re brave. Many widows…

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Added by Florence Isaacs on September 10, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments

In Quiet Time

In Quiet Time

In quiet time before I sleep,

I pray the Lord my soul to keep.

A little prayer I learned as a tot,

And as I’ve grown older have not forgot.

I have a new prayer in mind,

But, the words are hard to find.

I’ll admit, I’ve been remiss, and

Then I remembered back to…

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Added by Ken on September 6, 2014 at 3:44am — No Comments

Wow! That's in an Obituary Notice?!

Most people know what basic information to include in a good obituary: birth and death dates, cause of death, education, career, passions and hobbies, personality traits, unusual skills or interests.

But there is so much more to a person’s full life that will make people remember reading about them. Those are the gems that are unpredictable, quirky, astonishing – the things you might have liked talking about to…

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Added by Susan Soper on September 5, 2014 at 2:21pm — No Comments

When Someone's Adult Sibling Dies

Q. My neighbor's elder sister died and I will be attending the funeral. I've met the sister a few times over the years, but I don't know much about their relationship. What should I say at a time like this?

The loss of an…

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Added by Florence Isaacs on September 4, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments

Obituaries, Reunions and Alumni Magazines

As parents are sending their students off to school these days, many might also be preparing for their own high school and college reunions this fall. They are happy times to reunite, remember, celebrate old friendships and forge new ones.

On a more…

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Added by Susan Soper on September 3, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Grief Recovery Is Like Mountains and Valleys

Grief and loss over a loved one is not usually a constant low point but a continually oscillation of highs and lows like mountains and valleys.

There will be bad days, but also days where you actually may have interest or feel normal.  Then as quickly as that day goes by, the night may bring a reminder of the loss.

This is natural.  One should not feel hopeless in the valleys.  One should understand it is natural to grieve something or someone so important.  It is perfectly…

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Added by Mark Moran on September 3, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments

Sharing Stories – One at a Time

My grandmother was born in Austria and when I visited there this summer I felt an immediate connection. When I had my first bite of apple strudel, it triggered a flood of memories. The last time I ate apple strudel was when I was a child and my grandma made it. I posted a…

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Added by Robbie Miller Kaplan on September 3, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments

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