Condolence: Janine was a very dear friend after meeting in college. She was one of three who taught me how to pray. She quietly did kind things for others. How she loved this season. I send condolences and grieve selfishly. Yet I try to think of how joyful Janine is now. Special love to her mother whom I miss seeing.
Condolence: Just read on internet Janine's passing. So young. Doug and I do pray for you, Wilson,...and your son. We know the Lord has and will give you His peace, comfort and strength as you go through this.
Condolence: To the Thompson Family. Please accept my sincere condolences. I am sorry to hear of your loss. It can be a difficult time. God's Word is a great source of comfort and hope. Isaiah 25:8 promises, that Jehovah God will 'swallow up death forever.'. Encouraging too, is the fact that, John 5:28 & 29 promises that, 'all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice (i.e. Jesus' voice) and come out.'. Being reunited with loved ones will truly be a blessing. Please reflect on these future promises, for comfort.
Condolence: My life has been blessed by knowing such a precious friend as Janine. Memories comfort my heart, inspire me, and encourage me. I treasure them and give thanks for them. I rejoice in knowing weeping will endure but only for a night because joy will come in the morning.
Condolence: I rejoice for Janine but grieve for those of us who are left behind. She has fought a valiant fight, and finished her race leaning on Jesus. I find comfort in knowing that we will one day be reunited. You are all in my prayers and I pray you will feel the comfort that only the Lord can give.