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My Mom passed away yesterday. I was with her and she was in no pain, just quiet and peaceful. She is with God in heaven and my Dad……
My prayers are with you and your family Lura. May God guide you, keep you and bless you. May His spirit and love shine upon you.
Words mean little at a time like this my friend. My deepest condolences.
I knew there was a reason I was led to pray the last three days, FOH. If there is such a thing as a cyber hug — you have it!
Please take care.
I will keep you in my prayers, God bless you!
Since I never know what to say…. “I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to beguile you from the grief of a loss so overwhelming… I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost.” Abraham Lincoln
Please accept my sincere condolences and know you will be in my prayers.
You have my deepest sympathy over your Mother’s death. I know your heart is heavy with grief for now. I know that God will be with you in your hours of sorrow. I will be praying for you and your family.
Losing one’s Mother is one of the harder deaths to take. One can find oneself feeling lost and rootless during the grief over a Mother’s death. I used to go to call my Mother for months after she died, then suddenly realize she was no longer there and my heart would break all over again.
God be with you.
May your Mother rest in peace.
My thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time. I am truly sorry for your loss.
Please accept my heartfelt condolence. My prayers are with you and be strong.
Oh, dear. So sorry about your loss. Prayers for healing and strength for you.
See you on the other side, FOH.
FOH, I offer my deepest sympathy in your great loss. Be comforted in the knowledge of the superb care you gave your mom right up until the end. She is singing in Heaven with joy and gratitude. I think as time goes by you will remember more and more of the good times and less and less of the sad times. That is how it was for me. Now I find that often, when I open my mouth to speak, my mom’s words come out! Each time it happens, it brings a smile to my face and those of my husband and children, and a delighted, “Nanny used to say that!” God bless, I will pray for your peace. You will see her again.
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