Let these death quotes
be ones that give you comfort, offer sympathy, and give you joy for the life
of another. The one thing we all have in common - death. With a belief in Jesus death can be a new beginning with no
more tears or sorrow or pain.
Consider this: Jesus became one of us and lived our life in
order to experience our death,
so that he could break the power of death.
Brian Simmons, Jeremy Bouma, Grace and Hope
The one great advantage the departed soul has over a survivor is knowing
it is still alive and will be seeing everyone who is meaningful to them again.
Michael Newton, Destiny of Souls
May we live respected and die regretted.
Not only is death inevitable; death is necessary for us to inherit the
new life we are to enjoy in Christ.
Max Lucado Life Changing
Rest in peace all you soldiers
Who gave up your lives
For people like me
It's a shame that you died.
Cody Lynch, My Thoughts on Remembrance Day
Veterans Day Poems
We all die. The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will.
Why mourn we, then, for those who cross
The intervening river?
Although to us a heavy loss,
To them is joy forever.
Henry Reed Conant, Parting
No one wants to leave the planet in a state of discord with his or her family.
We are all going to reach the departure lounge - one day.
Will you be ready?
David Brady, Serenity
Quote of The Day
Your instinct may be to avoid someone who is experiencing
loss because you fear you'll say the wrong thing.
But loss can be very isolating, and if you stay away, you will
compound the loss and the pain.
Robbie Miller Kaplan, How to Say It When You Don't Know What to Say
And in a very real sense, our world is changed the moment a loved one
dies because each person we love makes up a precious
and vital piece of our world. At such a challenging time, we need
to be patient with the chaos we are now enduring both inside us
and around us.
Carol Staudacher, A Time to Grieve
Death is not a period that ends the great sentence of life, but a comma
that punctuates it to more lofty significance. Death is not a blind alley
that leads the human race into a state of nothingness, but an open
door which leads man into life eternal.
Martin Luther King Jr., Eulogy for the Martyred Children
No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don't want to die to get there. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because
Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life's change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new.
I've told my children that when I die, to release balloons in the sky to celebrate that I graduated. For me, death is a graduation.
As an adult, you understand the enormous heartbreak caused by the death
of a loved one.
You have the maturity, reasoning, language development, and network
of friends to help you cope. None of these coping strategies is available
to a grieving child, though."
Victoria Ryan, When Your Grandparent Dies
Men fear death as children fear to go into the dark and as that natural
fear in children is increased with tales, so is the other.
You, too, can gain the insight and understanding you need to find
something good in the sadness and pain of losing someone you care about.
Maggie Callanan; Patricia Kelley, Final Gifts
"Life after death is the elephant in the living room, the one that we are
not supposed to notice. Our culture, which prides itself on its
open-mindedness and candor,
shows an intense antipathy to facing the greatest of all human questions."
Dinesh D'Souza, Life After Death
But you never really know how your words or your actions will
affect your children. What will they say about you when you're gone?
What moment will they remember?
What will they tell their children about you?
Tim Russert, Wisdom of Our Fathers
If we don't know Jesus, we will fear death and its sting - and we should.
Randy Alcorn, Heaven
Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers
to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace.
Nelson Mandela Best
"Jesus takes our sin into His death and it is gone forever."
G B Woodcock, One with Christ | Series Two
"Look over your shoulder. You will notice a constant companion.
For want of a better name, call him Your-Own-Death.
You can fear this visitor or use him for your personal gain.
The choice is up to you.
Wayne Dyer, Your Erroneous Zones
"Further complicating grandparents' grief is the horrible reality that
a young person died before they did. Children aren't supposed to die
before their parents,
and they certainly are not supposed to die before their grandparents".
Alan D. Wolfelt, Healing a Grandparent's Grieving Heart
Never stop believing
Never be scared of dying
As God will always be there
No matter what your cares.
Catherine Pulsifer, God Will Be There
Poems about Faith
"Christ, the One whose death we share, was justified from sin when
He was raised from the dead."
Joshua Nickel, The Reign of Grace and the End of Sin in Your Life
"The cross understands the process of death to life that the Lord is
establishing in our lives."
Graham Cooke; Gary Goodell, Permission Granted to Do Church Differently in the 21st Century
"Through Adam and Eve we received death. Through Christ we
receive life. . . "
Jason Ponzio, Devotional Thoughts For The Day
"But Easter turns every funeral you've ever seen inside out and upside
down. Easter makes the personal implications suddenly get interesting."
Bill Powell, Easter by Heart
"None of us knows the day of our death. However, if we knew that
death is actually our acquisition, we would remove the fear of death
from our lives."
Sunday Adelaja, How To Overcome The Fear Of Death
Quotes about Overcoming
We encourage you to fast-forward to the end of your life and
ask this question: "What will family, friends, and colleagues say when
I am dead?" It might sound morbid, but it's extremely useful.
Michael Hyatt; Daniel Harkavy, Living Forward
"I have formed during the last few years such close relationships
with this best and truest friend of mankind that death's image is not
only no longer terrifying to me, but is indeed very
soothing and consoling, and I thank my God for graciously
granting me the opportunity... of learning that death is the key
which unlocks the door to our true happiness."
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Who hasn't wondered, 'What happens after death?' It would be both
unreasonable and foolish to live your entire life never considering
and being unprepared for
an event that we all know is inevitable. The mortality rate on
earth is 100 percent."
Rick Warren Preparation
Graves cannot contain my spirit; death is not the end of time,
Though my body turns to ashes, I will rest in peace sublime.
Greta Zwaan, Come With Me To Glory
Poems about God
For plenty of us, the only ones left at the end of the dance will be
the ones what brung us - the brothers and sisters who have been
with us the longest, loved us the hardest, and, by a wide margin,
know us the best.
Jeffrey Kluger, The Sibling Effect
"Most people don't want to die alone; they want to know that their
lives and deaths will be witnessed by someone who is comfortable
with the end of life."
Louise L. Hay and David Kessler, You Can Heal Your Heart
Death is nothing else but going home to God, the bond of love will be unbroken for all eternity.
Mother Teresa Home
"Thinking and talking about death need not be morbid;
they may be quite the opposite. Ignorance and fear of death
overshadow life, while knowing and accepting death erases this shadow."
"God will wipe away every tear from their eyes;
there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying.
There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away."
"I've seen death many times now, and one thing always rings true to me - if
the dying person believes in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior
and is saved, the countenance on their face is usually very peaceful
looking in the end."
Jeanette Duby, Bridge to Grace
"For Christians, death ought not to be dreaded but accepted
and embraced as a means of our final growth and wholeness."
Fr. Cedric Pisegna CP, Death
"Men fear death, as if unquestionably the greatest evil,
and yet no man knows that it may not be the greatest good."
When our men lose their hope of a future and purpose,
you'll surely watch them die a slow death in front of you.
Nan Jones, The Perils of a Pastor's Wife
"I think of death as some delightful journey that
I shall take when all my tasks are done."
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
"A day grows old as we do. Do not wish death upon it.
Let it live, let it love, and only then should you let it rest in peace."
Michelle C. Ustaszeski Love
"If you or your loved one is dying, rejoice
that one day all who know Jesus will have bodies
and minds far better than the best we've ever known."
Randy Alcorn, God's Promise of Happiness
"The actuality of death and the experience of grief sinks
in at different times for everyone."
Valerie Orr, Picking Up the Pieces
"Many of us think about death when considering our legacy,
which is why so many wait to consider what we leave behind,
or we are just passive in the process."
Dr. Rachel Talton, Flourish: Have it All Without Losing Yourself
"Among the most important things that Steve Jobs left the world
after his death is a large number of videos, publications and
statements that serve to teach the future generations of leaders
and entrepreneurs how to change the world just as he did."
Philip West, Self-Help Box Set
Change The World
"Victory over the enemy of death itself is possible if we're
prepared to humbly enter by faith into the victory over death
which Jesus has won for us."
Brian Johnston, Windows to Faith
"On your death bed people are not going to say, 'She was a great lawyer.'
At that point, who cares? Rather, we want them to say,
'Wow, she left a legacy and changed so many people through obeying God.'
June Dawn Knight, Testimony of a Broken Bride
"Yet, because of Christ, we don't have to be trapped or imprisoned by a fear
of death. We can have victory over it through Christ."
Mark J Musser, Who Am I?
"On the day of your earthly death, take heart in knowing that you
will be going to a almost unimaginable place, where you will exist
with Christ, for an eternity."
Richard Kelley MD, The Viral Christ
"Because Jesus Christ is God who became a man while remaining God,
God can free mankind (all mankind) from death and destruction.
Because God became a man, mankind can be reconciled to God."
Stephen D. Morrison, Welcome Home
Words of Faith
"Death is a challenge. It tells us not to waste time.
It tells us to tell each other right now that we love each other."
"Thus, the power of believing in Jesus is one of the most wonderful things
and is a person is transferred from sin, eternal damnation, and death,
to an eternal life in heaven."
Alberlin Torres, The Power of Believe in Jesus
"Remember, a small problem now can become a large issue in the
future that could lead to serious complications or death."
Joy Marensky, Beat Adrenal Fatigue Guide
"When your faith is shaken, know that God is waiting for you. Just as
Christ's death had a set purpose
and was done with God's foreknowledge,
so is whatever trial you're going through."
A Kilbourn, Walking with Peter