Post # 121
I pray that the God of the universe would fill you and your family with a joy and peace that is beyond all understanding.
I bet your earthly Dad and your Heavenly Dad are up there right now chatting about how much they love you.
Post # 122
I’m so so sorry. Please, don’t feel guilty or selfish for going on with your wedding. Your mom is right, your dad wants you to have a happy wedding, and even if he can’t be there with you physically, he will be there in your heart. He wants you to smile and laugh and dance. Take care of yourself. You and your family are in my thoughts.
Post # 123
I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for you and your family. My mom died one month before my daughter’s wedding. She had gone to join my dad, and brought him with her to the wedding. I felt both of their presence at her wedding. Your dad won’t miss it. He will be walking you down the aisle. Wrap yourself in the love of all who are physically present on your special day. May God bless you. And yes, I agree, your earthly dad and your heavenly Father are looking down upon you with love.
Post # 124
I, too, am so sorry for your loss. I am sure your Dad would want you to go on with your wedding. If he was that involved in it, then he supported your choice for a husband and knows you that the hands of your fiance are good ones for you to hold. Maybe you can honor your dad, by including a photo of him pinned to your bouquet, having his best friend/brother provide a toast during your reception. I will lift you and your family up in prayer.
Post # 125
Very sorry for your loss. Sending thoughts and prayers out to you and your family.
Post # 126
My condolences; I am truly sorry for your loss and hope that you will find comfort in your faith and find joy in your wedding as your father would have wanted.