1.29.2012

Justin Issac

Our sweet friend Justin has left this earth to rest peacefully in the arms of his Heavenly Father. While we know he is healed and will never hurt again, his family's pain has only really just begun. I ask that you, your families, your churches today please remember this precious family as they try to deal with their loss and eventually learn to live again.

28 comments:

  1. We will definitely lift this family up in prayer along with your family as well. May God comfort everyone grieving for this young life taken too soon, but rejoice knowing he is in heaven free of pain and no longer suffering.

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  2. Hello Kate,

    I'm sorry for the loss of Justin however after reading his mom's blog, I am happy his and their suffering has now come to an end. Please give Lucy an extra big hug from me too!!!

    Prays for your family & theirs....
    Jenn xo

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    1. I have been trying to find Justin's Mom's blog to no avail. Would you be so kind to share it.

      Thank you.

      Evelyn

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  3. So many thoughts in my head and all seem inadequate. I'm so sorry. Praying for Justin's family.

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  4. oh my word! i am praying and praying!!! i hope god gives them a peace and comforts them through this hard time!

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  5. I am so sorry for this sad news and my heart goes out to his family. I am grateful that they have you in their life. How is Lucy taking it?

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  6. Prayers sent for Justin's family to find peace and comfort in their time of need.

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  7. Praying for you!!!
    Marsha Lowe

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  8. I have been praying for this family, plus yours. I was so happy to meet you yesterday, at Wal Mart. My faith has been strength by you, you are an amazing lady. There is not a day that goes by that I don't pray for Lucy and the rest of your family. Because of your blog, I have put St. Jude down to send a donation every month. When I get on line to pay bills, I just send St. Jude money , as if it was a bill. Thanks, for all you information on this wonderful hospital. I will continue to pray for Lucy and your family, as if you were mine. I admire your faith and trust in the Lord. Praying daily.

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  9. Dear Justin, please rest in peace. I never knew you but you sound like a very nice little boy. Maybe somewhere, someday we could meet. I pray your family not hurt too much and see His mercy through this extremely hard time.

    ~Love Kylee~

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  10. I am so sorry to hear this. My heart just aches. I pray that his family, friends, and close ones can be comforted in some way. We know God works in ways we don't understand, and Justin's Life was taken too soon. You are all in our prayers. Love always.

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  11. Praying and praying for Justin's family and for you too, dear Kate.
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  12. May God comfort the Family at this time that this young life has not been taken..but returned to God that the pain and suffering has ended,and he is now in Gods everlasting world of Love,and comfort...

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  13. Every time a loved one dies, we on the earth should be reminded that we are in DESPERATE need of a rescuer. One to see our terrible plight of sin, sickness, and sadness and to have mercy on us. Parents who lose children, children who lose parents... It should never be. God the Father saw us in our terrible plight and did indeed extend His arm of redemption in His Son, Jesus Christ. Christ came to conquer death and to rescue us from the chains the enemy has placed around us. Every time our heart breaks, let us remember that He is coming back! He will certainly finish what he has begun. It is our only hope. The cross and the beautiful gospel is the only thing that can make us truly happy. That can give hope to the hopeless and cheer to the destitute. These children were created for God's glory. How crazy it must look to the world that parents like you and parents like Justin's have children suffering with cancer but can say, "No matter what happens, we will trust the Lord's sovereign plan because the God of the universe is good and He always will do what is right." How much glory this blog is bringing to the Father! What a comfort it will be when we get to heaven and will see clearly the Lord's plan in all of this. Until then, we will pray for peace, comfort, wisdom, but most of all we will pray, "Come quickly, Lord Jesus!"

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  14. Praying for Justin's family and yours as his special friends.

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  15. I'll be praying for his family. I know it's difficult for the ones he left behind, but he is free of pain, pokes, pricks, prods, and treatment. It's so sad to see evil cancer take another life. I'm praying for his sweet family!

    Love,
    Allison

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  16. I just started to follow your blog - my heart is breaking for them and you couldn't be anymore right when you said their pain has just started. We are holding them in prayer.

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  17. I don't really know what to say. I will life up all the grieving family as well as the children who are still fighting on earth. I pray God's hand will rest on all of us today and remind us that we are His.

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  18. Kate,
    Ever since you told us about Justin, we have been praying for him and his family. My heart broke that night they rushed him to the hospital, as a mother. We will continue to lift us his parents and his family.
    Kate, we also pray for comfort and strength as you minister to this sweet family.

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  19. I prayed for Justin's family this morning! Prayers for comfort and peace.

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  20. Oh this makes me so sad. So unfair, so very unfair. :(

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  21. I am so sorry. Praying for Justin's family.

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  22. I am so, incredibly sorry. :( I had a feeling as I clicked onto your blog, the first thought was, "I'm going to cry, there is bad news", and sure enough. :( Poor, sweet Justin. My heart goes out to his family, and we will certainly keep them in our prayers. :(

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  23. Will pray. I'm so sorry.

    paige

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  24. Could you please share Justin's blog with us or how to find it? I have been praying for both families as this is a very difficult time for all.

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  25. So sorry and crying looking at that pic and I too pray that he took all of Lucy's cancer to heaven with him. Praying that God will lift this family up

    Tina

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  26. Would love to visit their caring bridge site and let them know we are praying for them , even though we do not know them. We just cannot begin to imagine what they must be going through. May God give them peace and comfort through this challenging situation! Love and God's richest blessings to you and your family!

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