|Statement||By Hezekiah Packard, Minister of Chelmsford.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 34289.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19,  p.|
|Number of Pages||19|
Get this from a library! A sermon at the funeral of Miss Polly Varnum: eldest child of Parker Varnum, Esq. of Dracutt; preached Aug [Hezekiah Packard; Samuel Preston]. Get this from a library! A sermon at the funeral of Miss Polly Varnum: eldest child of Parker Varnum, Esq. of Dracutt ; preached Aug [Hezekiah Packard]. A sermon at the funeral of Miss Polly Varnum [microform]: eldest child of Parker Varnum, Esq. of Dracutt; preached Aug / By Hezekiah Packard, Minister of Chelmsford. Outline series – 52 Funeral Sermons – there will be more to come! NOTE: In this Special Edition you will find that we have not included an opening illustration, as that time will normally be filled with a eulogy, or other words about the deceased. Feel free to edit, mix and match, and use whatever is appropriate for your particular service.
I feel a great burden to get it right. I always want to get a sermon right but, for me, funeral sermons take it up a notch. I want to say the proper words. The family is grieving and needs a word from the Lord. Whether they are believers or not, they need to hear from the Lord. They need to know hope and comfort are available in Jesus Christ. THE LIFE BEYOND And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest. Roger Beckwith A Sermon preached at the Burial service of the Reverend John Herbert Algar, vicar of St Martin and St. Paul, Tipton, at St Paul’s church, on 19th February My text is the concluding verse of the lesson just read in the Prayer Book Burial service, 1 Corinthians “Therefore, my beloved brethren, [ ]. Sermon: Funeral Sermon for a Sudden, Unexpected Death - Mark 4 This sermon is useful when speaking at a memorial service for an unexpected passing. by Pastor Jim Henry on Wednesday, Janu at AM.
Hope in death and dying in Christ: evangelistic funeral sermon for preachers. Speaking at a funeral or memorial service is a somber moment. Emotions ride high, and one must be careful and compassionate when delivering the message. There will be non-Christians in the crowd, and believers who need comfort and assurance from God. New Hampshire History Network. Join or Renew Donate Now Explore Our Collections Contact Us Sign up for our ENewsletter Shop My Cart Image Requests (0). The two sermons which follow were preached by Robert E. Coleman at the funerals of his parents. His father, James Henry Coleman, was buried January 7, , and his mother, Helen Hood Coleman on Aug Both messages offer fitting tribute to loved ones, and provide a model for bringing comfort and inspiration in the funeral setting. A funeral sermon that I performed for my great-grandfather’s funeral. Sean Smuts The Great Outdoors My Grandpa Ray and I would often go for walks when I was younger. We would notice the seasons change and often he would give me what was great insight and advice.