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Bernice
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December 5, 1944 – November 7, 2018

Bernice Smith
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Condolence From: Renee Markes
Condolence: Dear Smith Family: Death is one of life’s greatest challenges that we as humans have to face. During the earthly life and ministry of Jesus Christ he said, did and promised something that gives us comfort and hope. In the Holy Bible at John 11:11-14 Jesus likened death to sleep. This comforts us in two ways; 1) we are assured that our loved ones are not suffering or in pain. 2) If a person is just sleeping he can be awakened. Jesus Christ demonstrated this in the case of Lazarus at John 11:38-44. Jesus, called out to Lazarus, his friend who had died and was burried four days earlier, saying: "Lazarus, come out!" We hold out breath, as we stare at the opening of the tomb... From inside, slowly, Lazarus approaches the doorway of the tomb and emerges still bound in his burial cloth! The extreme sadness and grief of the gathered crowd turns to unbounded joy as they embrace their beloved Lazarus! Jesus Christ joyfully shouts: “...Free him and let him go!” (John 11:44) Jesus Christ, is now back in heaven and has been given "... All authority...in heaven and on the earth" (Matthew 28:18). He will soon do the same for us, inviting our loved ones to "come out" of the grave. (John 5:28, 29; Acts 24:15; John 6:40). Then we, together with our loved ones, will enjoy endless life on a beautifully restored earth (Psalms 37:9-11, 29; Isaiah 11:6-9; Revelation21:3, 4). There is no one or nothing that can stop Jesus Christ from reuniting us with our beloved ones by means of a resurrection!
Thursday December 27, 2018

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