African American Funeral Resolutions?

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African American funeral resolutions are read at funerals and are considered official church documents. The document is stored in the archives of the church after the funeral is over. The resolutions are not the same as eulogies, although they may seem similar. African American resolutions focus more on the person's relationship with God, where as eulogies focus more on the person's life and may be read by close family members or friends. The resolution starts with a topic and moves on to an introduction that includes an acknowledgement of faith. Once the statements are finished, the resolution will conclude with a ending that generally states 'let it be resolved' or something similar.
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