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`Whatever may be your circumstances, however dark and mysterious may be the ways
of Providence, though the path may be through the deep waters, and trials and
bereavements may afflict again and again, the assurance still comes, "All things
work together for good to them that love God." Rom 8:28.’ (2Selected Messages SM

`Could your eyes be opened, you would see your heavenly Father bending over you in
love; and could you hear His voice, it would be in tones of compassion to you who
are prostrate with suffering and affliction. Stand fast in His strength; there is
rest for you.’ (Heavenly Places HP p272)

`God will be nearer and dearer to you than any of your earthly relatives can be.
He will be your friend and will never leave you. His friendship will prove sweet
peace to you and will help you to bear your great loss with fortitude.’
(2Testimonies p314)

`Our fondest hopes are often blighted here. Our loved ones are torn from us by
death. We close their eyes and clothe them for the tomb, and lay them away from
our sight. But hope bears our spirits up. We are not parted forever, but shall
meet the loved ones who sleep in Jesus. They shall come again from the land of the
enemy. The Life-giver is coming. Myriads of holy angels escort Him on His way. He
bursts the bands of death, breaks the fetters of the tomb, the precious captives
come forth in health and immortal beauty.’ (2SM259-260)

`God would not have us remain pressed down by sorrow, with sore and breaking
hearts. He would have us look up and behold His dear face of love. The blessed
Savior stands by many whose eyes are so blinded by tears that they do not discern
Him. He longs to clasp our hands, to have us look to Him in simple faith,
permitting Him to guide us. His heart is open to our griefs, our sorrows, and our
trials. He has loved us with an everlasting love and with loving-kindness
compassed us about. We may keep the heart stayed upon Him and meditate upon His
loving-kindness all the day. He will lift the soul above the daily sorrow and
perplexity, into a realm of peace.’ (Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing p12)

`We do not want you to be ignorant about those who fall asleep, or to grieve like
the rest of men, who have no hope. We believe that Jesus died and rose again and
so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him.
According to the Lord's own word, we tell you that we who are still alive, who are
left till the coming of the Lord, will certainly not precede those who have fallen
asleep. For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with
the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in
Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be
caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we
will be with the Lord forever. Therefore encourage each other with these words.’
(1 Thessalonians 4:13-18)

`The Lifegiver is coming to break the fetters of the tomb. He is to bring forth
the captives and proclaim, "I am the resurrection and the life." There stands the
risen host. The last thought was of death and its pangs. The last thoughts they
had were of the grave and the tomb, but now they proclaim, "O death, where is thy
string? O grave, where is thy victory" (1 Cor. 15:55). The pangs of death were the
last things they felt. . . .

`When they awake the pain is all gone. "O grave, where is thy victory?" here they
stand and the finishing touch of immortality is put upon them and they go up to
meet their Lord in the air. The gates of the city of God swing back upon their
hinges, and the nations that have kept the truth enter in.’ (3SM430-1)