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The review must be at least 50 characters long. The resurrection is a reality. There is no victory in the grave, for death is replaced with life. Immortality is a free gift for all men through the atoning ransom paid by the Son of God. Spencer W. Eldon Tanner. All would be consigned to the grave, their bodies to molder in the dust forever. But because of Him, our Savior, even Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God, we, every one of us, will live again—freed from the everlasting chains of death.
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He lives. He did break the bonds of death. Prior to our birth, we dwelled as spirit children with our Father in Heaven. He is the Prince of Peace. Life is not like a one-act play. It has three acts. We had a past act, when we were in the premortal existence; and now we have a present act, which is mortality; and we will have a future act, when we return to God. The sorrow of death is softened with the promise of the Resurrection. There would be no Christmas if there were no Easter. It is the witness from the Holy Ghost of the reality of a loving Heavenly Father and a resurrected Savior that gives us hope and comfort at the loss of a loved one.
As seedlings of God, we barely blossom on earth; we fully flower in heaven. Not so! Lk Death is an experience which touches all families, without exception. It is part of life; yet, where familial love is concerned, death never seems natural.
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For parents, surviving their own children is particularly heartbreaking; it contradicts the fundamental nature of the very relationships that give meaning to the family. The loss of a son or daughter is like time stopping altogether: it opens a chasm that swallows both past and future. Death, which takes away a little child or young person, is a blow to the promises, to the gifts and the sacrifices of love joyfully brought to the life we gave birth to. And their faces are filled with grief. The whole family is left paralyzed, speechless.
And the child left alone by the loss of one or both parents suffers in a similar way. Where is my mama? This question covers the agony in the heart of a child left alone. What do you say when a child suffers? This is what death in the family is like. In these cases, death is like a black whole that opens up in the life of the family and for which we have no explanation.
And at times we even go so far as to lay the blame on God. There is no God, God does not exist!