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Death of His Saints!

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Psalm 116:15 (New International Version)

15. Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of His saints.

Why did God take him (or her) away? I don't understand why people have to suffer. These are just a few of the "whys". To see a loved one slowly die from disease is probably the hardest thing in life we will experience. It is heartbreaking! We want to help them, but it is out of our hands. I am sure you have felt this way, I know I have. I lost my mother at the age of 49 from lung cancer. She was so young and so was her children. Myself, my sister and brother, and of course our dad. We must understand first of all this was not Gods plan, only when sin entered through Adam and Eve, did death arrived. And we have been trying ever since then to figure out how to feel, what to do, and what to say. We see death as the end of a journey, but God sees it as a beginning to a better life. We do not have to be afraid, that is of course if you are a Christian. It just means we are going home. I am reminded today of a cousin of mine who has lost someone dear. It has been a year, but the pain is still deep. How do we convey to someone the empathy and love we feel for them? What do we say? We must never rush the grieving process, it is necessary for recovery. For Gods children it is an entry to heaven, and they are truly home. So we just say, "I love you, and I am praying for you."

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