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Husband Died At Work

I have recently lose my husband suddendly. He went to work and collasped on his job. I love him so much and my heart is heavy. I know that God does not make mistakes. Please give me a word of comfort.

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 ---Rosalind_Cunningham on 4/9/10
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Rosalund, My heart really goes out to you. What a true loss. It's wonderful knowing how much you loved him. Was he a Christian? It seems that he was. If so, from this day forward, remember that he is, right now in Heaven with the LORD. And, as you continue in the faith, you will be reunited with him, experiencing a fellowship with him and the LORD far beyond what you two had on Earth. You will not be married as you were here, there is no marriage in Heaven, save for the Lamb of GOD "YAHUSHUA"/"JESUS" and His Bride. In the Scriptures, Sha'ul, the Apostle Paul reminds to set our minds on things Above, not on Earth. Blessings.
---Gordon on 5/22/10


I bind the grief in the name of Jesus and ask God to fill your heart with so much love you cannot contain it. The world says to grieve , grieve, grieve but the Word says we should only grieve 30 days. And remember Jesus told to "let the dead bury the dead" and "come follow me." When we reach out to help others our own pain is eased.

Well, it took me a good 2 years, but I pray that one day real soon you wake up & realize the pain of losing him is not the first thing you think about. And then you realize that memories brings smiles, not pain. You will love him forever but it will be joyful to think of him. Amen.
---fay on 5/21/10


Psalm 147:3- He healeth the broken heart and bindeth up their wounds.

Sorry that his happened to you.
---amand6348 on 4/17/10


Rosalind- How awful it is to lose a loved one...and we all have to learn that throughout our lives. I pray you receive peace from God, and the ability to deal with life without your husband, gracefully. May God grant you grace. If you don't already hear from the Holy Spirit, then I hope you will prayerfully seek Him and keep asking for Him until He answers. He can comfort you and help you more than any.
---Betty on 4/16/10


Rosalind, I am so very sorry. Cluny's words impressed me: God is with you in your grief, and through it.
---Marilyn on 4/13/10




Sometimes there is no one around to comfort you in your time of grief. Give yourself some time. In tme, God will heal all your wounds.
---catherine on 4/13/10


Rosalind, my heart truly goes out to you. I know the sorrow you are feeling so deep down inside of you.

You will go through a grieving process of crying and you should cry all that you need to. Tell the Lord you are hurting. He will understand.

The scripture that I repeated over and over and over when I lost my father was: He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds AND the one that says, The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

Cry out to the Lord - tell Him you are hurting so deeply and ask God to help you and heal you, but I think it's best you go through the grieving process and cry as much as you need to.
---Donna5535 on 4/12/10


Thank God for your re-affirmation of your faith in God. May the Lord console and strengthen you at this period. May the Almighty and All-wise ONE fill every void created by the transition of your loved one. Amen in Jesus' name.
---Adetunji on 4/12/10


May the Holy Spirit comfort you in this time of grief. Amen
---jody on 4/11/10


Rosalind...I'm am so sorry for your loss. You are right in knowing that God does not make mistakes. However, this body of ours will die someday. Just make sure that you are ready if the Lord calls you home this very minute.
---KarenD on 4/11/10




My prayers and sympathy goes out to you dear. Death is something we never get use to. Stay close to God through prayer,church family and friends. Time also heals. Read the Word of God and let it fill you with peace and comfort during your time of bereavement. Bereavement is a time no one wants to go through but we have no choice. Death touches everyone's life some time or another. A very sad time indeed. I pray you and your spouse was on good terms when he passed and you have happy memories of him.
---Robyn on 4/10/10


rosalind, at times like this, our only comfort is the truth, which you uttered yourself: God does not make mistakes.

Of course, your heart is heavy. You've suffered a loss. Love (which is God) does not stop suddenly in the human heart. Queen Elizabeth said "Grief is the price we pay for love."

Another truth is that God is with you in your grief, and through it.
---Cluny on 4/9/10


I'm so sorry Rosalind, my thoughts and prayers are with you, stay in fellowship with people for sure, honey.
---Mary on 4/9/10


Lord, I do not know what to say right now. Please give Your Comfort as only you can.

Protect Ms Cunningham in her family from unnecessary attacks from the Evil One, but allow those things which will bring forth fruit of the Spirit.
---aka_joseph on 4/9/10


please accept my heartfelt condolences for the loss of your husband,I pray that God gives you peace,and that you can find comfort in him during your grieving.
---tom2 on 4/9/10


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