To the Amos family, I hope you will be strengthened and comforted by God's promise at Isaiah 25:8 "He will swallow up death forever". This promise gives us something to look forward to, Acts 24:15 speaks of a resurrection. During these difficult times my family and I find comfort through the scriptures and related topics on jw.org. Please accept my sincerest condolences for the loss of your dear Ronald.
The loss of a loved one to death is very difficult to handle. One thing that has always comforted me during such a time is the hope for the dead mentioned at Acts 24:15. Also the fact that one day ”death will be no more” at Revelation 21:3,4. This is a promise that Jehovah God will fulfill in the near future. Please accept my sincere condolences.
To the family and friends of Mr. Amos, we at South Cheektowaga MEALS ON WHEELS offer our deepest sympathy. Mr. Amos will be deeply missed, even thou we only served him a few weeks, he was a very likable person. We will keep his family and friends in our prayers. Ruth Diebold
To the Family of Mr Amos: Death leaves a heartache that no other human can heal. But I know you will find comfort in God's promise at Revelation 21 : 4 when "he will wipe out every tear from our eyes and death will be no more". My deepest sympathy to you all.
To the Amos Family,
May you fine comfort in knowing your Love one is in a better place, to be absent from the body; is present with the Lord when you are in Christ. Ronnie will be missed know that, he ran the race and finish the course and now he shall receive his reward just as you will if you are in Christ.
Charles/Loretta (Leverette) Kelley & Family
San Antonio, Texas
"Rondo" and I graduated in the Lackawanna High School class of 1968. He was incredibly talented and charming. , reflecting the time and community we grew up in. I ran into him recently at a local church, I didn't' recognize him right away, because he was truly a changed man. He expressed to me how he'd come to know his voice was a gift from God and how he'd been tested to come to that realization. When I heard him singing , I was really moved and pleased to see how far my brother had come. R.I.P. on your journey Rondo.