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Do not be afraid, for I have redeemed you: I have called you by your name, you are mine. Should you pass through the sea, I will be there with you; or through rivers, they will not swallow you up. Should you walk through fire, you will not be scorched and the flames will not burn you... Do not be afraid, for I am with you.

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The unthinkable happens. Whether it's a life-threatening diagnosis, the death of a loved one or a heartbreaking tragedy — the experience of devastating loss touches us all. The challenge is that many of us have a hard time finding words of comfort, or even know what to say when someone dies. Heartfelt, genuine ...

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How to write beautiful words of comfort for sympathy when you have a loved one to console. Expressions for all types of losses.

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Finding the Right Words. Sharing Grief Lightens the Burden.

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Oct 8, 2016 ... Struggling with how to help someone through life's tough times? Try these comforting words and ways to show you care.

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Dec 10, 2013 ... When a friend or family member suffers a loss, knowing what words of comfort to express is challenging. Many individuals seek guidance on what to say, how to choose words, and finding personal words to express condolences. Offering words of comfort can be helpful for consoling the bereaved. It is very ...

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Oct 4, 2017 ... Have you ever wondered what to say to a friend who has just lost a loved one? It's not easy to find words of comfort for their loss, is it? But the fact remains that you should say something to offer your sympathy and show your support to the person. It doesn't have to be long. Even a brief statement letting them ...

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Words of Comfort for the Person in Mourning. I=m sorry. I care. I love you. You are so important to me. I want you to know I=m thinking of you. I=m here for you, and I will continue to be here for you. I wish you comfort, and I hope to be among those you find comforting in the weeks and months ahead. I=m praying for you.

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