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Condolence From: Harolyne Grant
Condolence: Dear family and friends of Virginia:

It has been more than a year since Virginia died last June 29, 2017. Even so, I know Virginia is still loved and will never be forgotten. The passing of time puts a cool bandage on the burning pain of loss, and, … making it through the day without her, does get easier. Still, the loss hurts, especially when anniversaries come up.

May I tell you about a future day coming when ... all those sleeping, Resting In Peace, will be resurrected to a peaceful, happy life here on a transformed, paradise Earth?

You can welcome back Virginia, with hugs and kisses, and your hurt and pain regarding this loss can be replaced with indescribable happiness and tears of joy. Then the scripture at Isaiah 65:17B can be fulfilled for you: "For look, ... the former (painful) things will not be called to mind neither will they come up into the heart." None of the hurts, sorrows or disappointments of life in this system of things will bother us then.

Would you like to know when and how Jehovah God will do such wonderful things for us? The answers are all in the Bible.

Sincerely yours,
Saturday September 08, 2018
Condolence From: Rose
Condolence: So Sorry for your Loss.
Rose Giles/
Thursday September 21, 2017
Condolence From: Harolyne Grant
Condolence: Dear Sherri, Lynda-&-Wayne, Dawn, Eric, Karen-&-Jeffrey, Dani, Clinton-&-Gretchen, and Family and Friends:

I was saddened to learn of the death of Virginia on June 29 2017. Please accept my deepest sympathy at your loss. It is sad to lose a loved one in death at any age, but hopefully at 89 years of age, it can be said of Virginia what was said of Isaac at Genesis 25:39 "she died old and satisfied with days,” having seen her children unto the third and fourth generations.

May I share with you some promises in the Bible that bring comfort at this time of loss?

First, it was never our Creator's purpose that anyone should die, ever! When He put Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, they had the prospect of endless life, in ageless bodies, in perfect health, on a perfect Earth (Genesis 1:28). Adam and Eve could have passed that life on to us, but they sinned and lost everything for themselves ... and us. (Romans 5:12)

It is a comfort and softens our feelings toward our Creator, Jehovah God, to learn that it is Satan who causes imperfection, aging, sicknesses like Alzheimer's and cancer, and death -- not God (Hebrews 2:14).

I am always happy when I remember that the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, are our guarantees that this Earth will yet be a PEACEFUL, global paradise. One day Virginia will be resurrected to enjoy it, and so will countless others. Remember Jesus' words at John 5:28-29a and John 11:25: "I am the resurrection and the life," and "all those in the memorial tombs ... will be resurrected." Until then Virginia, sleep, Rest In Peace.

May you have comfort and peace from these promises until the day when you can be reunited with a young (Job 33:24-5) and totally healthy (Isaiah 33:24) Virginia!

With deepest sympathy and genuine respect,
Harolyne Grant
PO Box 11311
Honolulu HI 96828-0311
Wednesday August 30, 2017
Condolence From: Deborah Chiodo
Condolence: Sending healing prayers & comforting hugs; my thoughts are with you and your family.
With deepest sympathy,
Debbie Chiodo
Wednesday July 05, 2017
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