Memorial Service for a Godly Christian Man (3 of 7) by Stan Coffey
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Today I want to thank you for coming to join us in the celebration of the life and home going of this faithful Christian man. I will read today from Psalm 78:1-7.
May we pray? Heavenly Father, how we thank you today that we can rejoice that he is in heaven today with you. In a place where there is no sorrow, no suffering, no separation, no sin. And Father how we thank you that he is united with many, many loved ones and friends who have gone before him. And Father we thank you that he is happier today than even his happiest day here on earth. That his happiness and joy today is beyond any human comprehension. You have said in your Word that "Eye has not seen nor ear heard, nor has it entered into the heart of man the things you have prepared for those who love you." How we thank you for the many wonderful memories that we have of this man, both as family and friends and even as his pastor Lord. How I thank you for the joy and the privilege of knowing him, of fellowship with him. And Father today I pray that was we come together that your Holy Spirit would indeed minister, comfort, bless, and add strength to every heart and every life. We thank you that as your Word says in this wonderful Psalm that he left a heritage with his children, with his business associates, with all the those who knew him, a heritage of the Lord that he passed on to them. The teachings of your Word that we might pass them on to our children and our children's children, that the generations to come might follow the statues of the Lord and serve Him. And we thank you for that. In Christ's name we pray. Amen.
I. A GOOD NAME WITH THE LORD
I want to gather our thoughts today around a verse from Proverbs 22:1. The Bible says, "a good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold." And today we come to remember this man who had a good name. He was a man ...
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