Love never dies; it transcends the boundaries of life and space.
The love created here on earth by Glenna
will remain with her family and friends
even though she is gone from this realm.
Death is really the doorway to life.
It brought Glenna to that indescribable
place called Heaven
in complete harmony with our Creator.
Yes, love is powerful, even more powerful than death.
Even though our bodies die,
we are made in the image of God,
and thus we have souls which are immortal.
Our family members and friends
that precede us in death
wait the time that we will be reunited with them
in love, justice, and peace.
There is no greater treasure than salvation.
Because Christ lives,
death is not a tragedy, but a triumph.
Not an end, but a beginning.
Even though the loved ones left here on earth
are deeply saddened by the physical loss of Glenna,
there is comfort in knowing
all that love God, are reunited in His love.
Jesus has taken away the fatality of our existence
and given our lives eternal value.
It is through His death, and our own,
that we live eternally.
God bless you in your time of grief
as you strive to live the tenderness of life.
God bless you at this time of your bereavement;
may you be comforted in the knowledge that others care.
Glenna made your joys so much sweeter
and your cares so much more bearable.
I know you will miss her immensely.
Death is swallowed up in victory.
Death, where is your victory?
Death, where is your sting?
Jackie Everett © Oct 2011