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  1. Anne Brutsche
    May 3, 2018 @ 6:55 am

    Thank you, Kristen, for your blog on death, sudden loss. I am a widow. My husband of 44 yrs. went home to God 7 yrs ago. He lost his battle with brain cancer after 1 1/2 yrs. I was frustrated that I couldn’t help him more, that drs couldn’t do more after surgery, chemo, radiation. But, my nurse/ pastor , and friend said Howard is ultimately healed by our Lord. What a blessing to be reminded of that in the midst of suffering.

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  2. Jean Yannuzzi
    May 3, 2018 @ 7:29 am

    Thank you so much for sharing this story. It not only shows that God is a burden lifter and comforter, but that He hears our cries and prayers,and comforted and you with the EXACT WORDS you cried out to Him with your heart ❤ Thank You Jesus!!

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  3. Lawanda Parrett
    May 3, 2018 @ 8:48 am

    Love It!

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  4. Lisselotte Benito "Lisa"
    May 3, 2018 @ 8:50 am

    Praise our Lord, what an amazing story . During good and hard times our Lord is always there even before it happens. I am battleting with the feeling of 100% trust that the Lord will handle my situations, but in very deep inside me I know he does. I think is a natural reaction. God Bless You !!!!!!

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  5. Mary Class
    May 3, 2018 @ 7:31 pm

    Kristen, Loved your words it was what I needed to hear. I saw you and the team of Aspire in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 20, 2018 you also spoke to my heart that night. That night was such a blessing to me. One thing I would like to share with you (and by the way you can use it if you think it is funny enough for you). I have learned in the last 18 years while my husband has been sick with M.S. and a Brain Tumor that dust is a protective covering over your furniture. Dust doesn’t matter in eternity and if you are robbed you can tell what you have loss. Sounds like a win win. I pray as you continue to go through the grieving process that you remember all the wonderful memories. Also don’t put that post card in a box under your bed, make a shadow box with the letters and cards he kept. They were important to him and they will give you joy to see them on your wall. Blessings and Joy

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  6. Kathy Wisniewski
    May 7, 2018 @ 8:39 am

    God has a way of healing brokenness, I have lost many loved ones , and the pain is different each time, but there is always the same loving grace and tenderness from God. Praise God that he gave you the piece you needed .

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