I do not understand people who claim that it hurts to talk about a relative who died. I love and enjoy speaking and reminiscing about the times we shared.
If the death of someone ever caused you pain, it is only because of the love you had for them. The more you loved them, the more it hurt, and that hurt feels so good!
Within that pain lies beauty. Beauty is the strength of that love. Love is the most beautiful thing in the world. I thank God for gifting me with such a strong spirit.
Our loved ones who died in Christ are not actually dead.
They are alive and living well. In fact, they are doing far much better than we are!
Yes, we love them, and we miss them. However, we should be very happy for them.
They, by the grace of God, made it home to Jesus! That is a cause for celebration.
They are residing in the peace and comfort of divine love.
The love we have for our dear ones could never compare to the love that God has for them.
When we truly love them, we can willingly let them go, and that gives us such beautiful peace knowing them in such wonderful state of bliss.
No more troubles in this perishing world they must endure.
The most phenomenal thing we as believers and children of God recognize is that our deceased relatives are not people who are from our past.
They are people who we know we will look forward to sharing the rest of our future in eternity with once we finally cross over. –latoya lawrence