Words For Grief


Words For Grief Words Of Comfort

Words For Grief Words Of Comfort

  • Though the days are dark now, spring will come once more. Thus, I trust pleasant days will come again for you and yours.

  • Farewell in hope and love, in faith, and peace, and prayer. ‘Till He whose home is ours above, unite us there.

  • I regret to hear of your sudden and unexpected loss of one you loved so dear, and offer you, not only my deepest sympathies, but aid in whatever way I can help you. With Deep And Heartfelt Sympathy

  • I know you are in amazing hands with your family. I hope I can also offer my love and support to you as you have always graciously done so for me. I know this is a difficult time and am truly sorry for your loss. With Condolences.

  • Healing moves at its own pace, so be kind to yourself and take it one day at a time. I know your heart is aching and I am truly sorry for your loss. Deepest Sympathy.

  • Always in our hearts and memories. May the love of those around you help you through the days ahead. Our Deepest Sympathy.

  • With Heartfelt Sympathy Hold tight to memories for comfort, lean on your friends for strength and always remember how much you are loved and cared about.

  • Remembering with you the life of someone you held so dear. With Sincerest Condolences.

  • Sharing in your sorrow. Thinking of you and wishing I could be there to comfort and show you how much I truly care. Deepest Sympathy.

  • You’re in our thoughts and prayers. Please know how much you are loved and how deeply. Your loss is felt by us all.

  • Wishing you hope in the midst of sorrow and comfort in the midst of your pain. With Heartfelt Sympathy.

  • The sorrow of the faithful is not that of permanent loss but the tender sense of sadness that comes in saying good-bye for now to someone we love. May today’s sorrow give way to the peace and comfort of God’s love.

  • May your memories give you strength and may the love of those around you help you through the days ahead.

  • May the comfort of God help you during this difficult time. With Condolences.

  • There is comfort in friendship. Hope in prayer. Peace in love. Sharing in your sorrow with love and friendship. With Deepest Sympathy.

  • May the love of those closest to you help you through the hard days ahead. With Sincerest Condolences.

  • Someone so special will never be forgotten. Thinking Of You With Sympathy

  • Gentle thoughts during these difficult days. Heartfelt Condolences.

  • Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow. You are in our prayers. Always remember that we love and care about you.

  • May it make your sorrow easier for you to bear, knowing there are others who understand and care. Thinking of you, with condolences

  • May knowing you’re in the hearts and thoughts of others help you through this most difficult time of sorrow. Our Condolences.

  • Extending deepest sympathy for you in your loss and hoping, too, that comfort and peace may come to you.

  • I am so sorry for your loss. If there comes a moment that you can not find your way out of the darkness I hope I will be the person you will depend on to come pull the shades up and let the light in. I am here for you.

  • In ways we do not understand, our loved one will be present in our lives forever. Something good will happen tomorrow or the day after. Keep the faith and love will lead you through this unbearable pain. My Sincerest Condolences.

  • Let your sorrow be a bridge not a barrier to the people who love and adore you. We are here for you and will support you in any way, until you tell us to go away. We love you and are so sorry for your loss.

  • A bud the Gardener gave us a pure and lovely child. He gave it to our keeping, to cherish undefiled. And just as it was opening to the glory of the day. Down came the heavenly Father and took our bud away.

  • A heart of gold stopped beating, hard working hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best. The leaves and flowers may wither

    the golden sun may set. But the hearts that loved so dearly are the ones who won’t forget.

  • As we loved you, so we miss you, in our memory you are near. Loved, remembered, longed for always, bringing many a silent tear.

  • A little lamb too sweet and pure upon this earth to roam. An angel came along one day and took our child home. And while she lies in peaceful sleep.  Her memory we shall always keep.

  • A wonderful mother woman and aid, one who was better God never made. A wonderful worker loyal and true, one in a million that, mother was you. Just in your judgment always right. Honest and liberal ever upright. Loved by your friends and all you knew. A wonderful mother that, mother, was you.

  • Before the throne of God thousands of children stand.  Singing songs of love and praise in the holy, happy band. Up there among the throng our little one does stand. Waiting for us to join him/her, in that holy, happy land.

  • From our happy home and circle, god has taken one we loved. Borne away from sin and sorrow, to a better home above.

  • Some sweet day we’ll meet again, beyond the toll and strife, and clasp each others hand once more. in heaven, that happy life.

  • Calm and peaceful he is sleeping, sweetest rest that follows pain. We who loved him, sadly miss him, but trust in God to meet again.

  • Day by day I miss him more As I go through life alone .. He was my soul’s companion A life linked with my own.

  • Days of sadness still come o’er us, tears in silence often flow. Memory keeps you ever near us, though you died one year ago.

  • Death cannot sever the ties that bind. Our souls through mortal years they last forever.

  • Deep in the heart lies a picture, of a loved one laid to rest. In memory’s frame we shall keep it, because she was one of the best.

  • From our happy home and circle, God has taken one we love. Borne away from sin and sorrow, to a better land above.

  • God knows how much I miss her, never shall her memory fade. Loving thoughts shall ever wander, to the spot where she is laid.

  • God saw the road was getting rough, and the hills were hard to climb. So He closed your weary eyelids, and whispered, “Peace be thine.”

  • God took him home it was His will. Within our hearts he liveth still.

  • Gone from us, but leaving memories, death can never take away. Memories that will always linger, while upon this earth we stay.

  • Gone, dear father, gone to rest away from sorrow, care and pain. May you rest in peace, dear father, until we meet again.

  • Heavy are our hearts today, memory brings you back once more. To the time when you were with us, to the happy days of yore.

  • He was a flower too sweet for earth, sent here but for a while. God marked him when He gave him birth, and took him with a smile.

  • Her loving face I hope to see again, though the days have passed away. Sleep on, dear wife and take your rest, they miss you most who loved you best.

  • His charming ways and smiling face, are a pleasure to recall. He had a kindly word for each, and died beloved by all.

  • His dear bright eyes and cheerful face, are pleasant to recall. He has a loving word for each, and died beloved by all.

  • His memory is as dear today, as in the hour he passed away.

  • His weary hours and days of pain, his troubled nights are past. And in our aching hearts we know, he has found sweet rest at last.

  • However long our lives may last, whatever lands we view. Whatever joy or grief be ours, we will always think of you.

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