Expressions of Sympathy For Family of Bishop Donald G.K. Ming : LUSENET : A.M.E. Today Discussion : One Thread

I want to pause express my sympathy for the family of Bishop Donald G.K. Ming. I thank God for his leadership of the 1st Disrtict, namely the Bermuda Conference with the Theme: Moving from status quo to Christian Purpose. He will truly be missed. May he comfort you through your time of bereavement. God Bless!

-- Anonymous, March 13, 2002


Greatings in Jesus Joy.(family of Bishop Ming)

My the Lord bless and guide you all in this difficult times. Some times we don't understand why things happen, but at the end in due time the Lord revealed it to us. So be strong in the Lord. May the bless and guide you all.



-- Anonymous, March 14, 2002

By and by when the morning comes; when all the saints of God are gathering home; we will tell the story of how we've overcome; right now we may not understand, but when we reach that other side, we'll understand it better by and by.

On behalf of the Griffin District, My wife and I bring words of comfort. Comfort in knowing that God is almighty, and he never makes a mistake. Comfort in knowing that when He takes a love one away, His ever presence is there to fill that empty space. Comfort in knowing that when we reach that other shore, and we are in the presence of the anointed one, we'll see our loved ones again. If there are questions, just know that Christ is the answer!

-- Anonymous, March 15, 2002

It is with heartfelt sympathy that I write the following. The memories of such a GIANT of a man will forever linger in the minds of those of us who knew him personally. Bishop Ming was a Giant, in stature, in quantity and in quality. He was indeed a genuine person of vigor and integrity. Our separation, as a church, from this Giant of a man will be remembered. Christ reminds us that nothing, including death, can separate us from his love. My prayer is that God will be near us and near the Ming Family during these trying hours. Press On! Bishop Ming, you wrought well. God's Speed to you, a Giant of a Man. A-men.

-- Anonymous, March 19, 2002

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