July 30, 2017
Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52
Romans 8:26-39
Genesis 29:15-28
Psalm 105:1-11, 45b

Always Home

from the book
Day Full Of Grace
Twenty-Five Funeral Messages

Richard F. Bansemer

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Death of a heart-broken spouse
Oldest member of the church

When I think of ___________'s 'house,' many varied thoughts come to mind. There is, of course, the little white house he lived in. Together we've shared many hours there.

I think of other "houses" too. He's lived in more places in the past few years than I can recall, but all of those places were hospitals or nursing homes. There were many times I thought I would not see him alive again. Many times he came back from the edge of death. He seemed to take a pride in God's ability to do that for him. Then, after healing, came the day to come home, if only for a visit.

There is also this house of God, a favorite place for ____________. He came here every chance he got. When he had to miss, for health reasons, he always apologized. It was a detailed apology too; heartfelt, often emotional. He wanted it clearly understood...

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