The Dunham families are in our prayers during these days of grief for your loved one. Jesus will comfort your hearts with the memories you shared with Larry. Be of good cheer, you will be reunited in Heaven with your precious loved one. He is resting in the arms of our Lord.
God Bless each one of Larry's families and friends.
Sorry to hear of the passing of Larry, My prayers are with are with
the Dunham family, and may you find peace knowing that Larry is
resting in the arms of Jesus.
To the Family, Sorry to hear of Larry passing.He's in many of our thoughts and prayers. May your memories of him bring you comfort today and always.It's never easy to lose someone we loved. We have no control over the matter if so we would get rid of the problem.
To The Grieving Family of Mr. Larry Dunham.....
A message of Solace at The Time of Your Lost of a Loved One…………
JESUS’ ROLE IN COMFORTING ALL WHO MOURN
God intended that Jesus have a key role in providing comfort. Among other tasks that God assigned him, Jesus was “to bind up the brokenhearted” and “comfort all who mourn.” (Isaiah 61:1, 2) As foretold, Jesus took a special interest in people who were “toiling and loaded down.”—Matthew 11:28-30.
Today, the Son of God is not present on earth to comfort us personally. But his Father, Jehovah, “the God of all comfort,” continues to help those in need. (2 Corinthians 1:3) Consider four principal means that God uses to comfort people.
• The Bible. “All the things that were written beforehand were written for our instruction, so that through our endurance and through the comfort from the Scriptures we might have hope.”—Romans 15:4.
• God’s Holy Spirit. Not long after Jesus’ death, the whole Christian congregation entered into a period of peace. Why? “It walked in the fear of Jehovah and in the comfort of the holy spirit.” (Acts 9:31) The holy spirit, God’s active force, is very powerful. God can use it to comfort anyone in any circumstance.
• Prayer. “Do not be anxious over anything,” the Bible advises us. Rather, it says, “let your petitions be made known to God; and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers.”—Philippians 4:6, 7.
• Fellow Christians can provide a comforting ‘safety net’ of true friends. The apostle Paul described his companions as “a source of great comfort” in times of “distress and tribulation.”—Colossians 4:11; 1 Thessalonians 3:7.
It is my sincere hope that these words/this knowledge helps to sustain you, your family during your Bereavement…
The management and staff of Bartell Funeral Home, LLC thank you for sharing your words of comfort with our families.