Tuesday, January 20, 2009

David Brian Golden




to be continued

13 comments:

Amrita said...

A warm hug to you Terry. All the fond memories you have of your brother.He has enjoying life eternal with the saints and praising the Lamb of God. I read about this in this morning 's devotion from the book of Rev.and my heart was uplifted.

Constance said...

We lost my brother suddenly Dec 8, 2006. He had diabetes and was admitted to the hospital, contracted staph and died unexpectedly. That was the hardest thing I had ever done, get on a plane and fly home to be with my folks. How do you comfort your parents when their hearts are broken? It was awful! Pop has aged SO much in just 2 years!
Connie

Felisol said...

Dear Terry,
I think we are allowed to feel sorrow, when loosing someone so dear.
"I've fought the battle, run the race,"
That's what we wrote about my father too.
But we are mourning like someone who has a hope.
That's the big difference.
From Felisol

Jim said...

Hi Terry. I see here so many of the reward promises in the Bible fulfilled (mostly from Paul's writings and Revelations). Of course they are given Brian now just as some day they will be for all living Christians.
I am assuming he was the age shown in you picture. That means you have been missing him for a long, long time.

A friend of mine lost her younger brother just this fall. Mrs. Jim and I attended his funeral. I should remember her more in my prayers, should I not?
He died while she and her mother were at a retreat in Colorado last September. She wrote the little post article on 'Grief' about a month afterwards.
Paste this link to read it:
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=217232974
I am not a friend as I don't use MySpace hardly at all.
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Mrs. Mac said...

I read just last week when you posted the family pictures about the loss of your brother, not realizing that the anniversary of his death was this month. May God comfort you and your family.

Trish said...

Praying for your family today.
What a lovely tribute to your sweet brother.

maryt/theteach said...

I'm sorry you lost your brother so young, Terry. I can tell you miss him terribly.

Pat said...

What a beautiful tribute to a much loved brother and son. I'm praying for you and your family...I know your hearts are heavy yet at the same time rejoicing at his heavenly home.

Anonymous said...

Terry,
It doesn't seem that we lost David 11 years ago. Really nice picture and tribute to David.

Love Betty

jel said...

flybyhugging Sweet T

byhisgracealone said...

Hi Terry...

This touched a special place in my heart...I lost my brother 13 years ago.....I wasn't saved at that time and I know I can't speak for him or what miracle God might have worked in him in his final moments....but I sure hold on to the hope that I will see him once again...this was a beautiful tribute to your dear brother....

I am sorry I haven't been around much....little vera has been very sick......
love
donna

Deb said...

Terry - what a beautiful tribute to your brother. Thank you for sharing all those photos!

I'm praying for you, as you remember your brother - that the Lord fills your heart with His peace in knowing that you'll be reunited with your precious brother one day. My Dad is on the welcoming committee in Heaven --I just know it!!--and I'm sure he helped welcome David when he arrived!

Maggie Ann said...

Hi Terry, what a beautiful tribute to your brother. Nothing can quench love. Thats a wonderful fact! Thank you for the birthday wishes and kind words you left at my blog. Its been a busy Dec/Jan here, and the pc is giving us fits now and again. My son thinks its the modem wearing out. We need to call our ISP again. We are having a cold snowy day again. I've sprained my foot and ankle and am limping around hoping healing will come swiftly =). Wishing you a cozy day! with love from Maggie Ann