Comfort: 2 Corinthians 1:4

He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us.

2 Corinthians 1:4 New Living Translation (NLT)

The Lord comforts us in all our troubles. He is with us when we need him, when our hearts are sad, and when we need His strength. God is our hope and gives us peace. He comforts us we, in turn, need to be willing to reach out and comfort others. God often put us in situations where we can add sunshine and comfort to someone else cloudy day. My heart is sad. Our beloved dog Remy crossed over the rainbow bridge this weekend. His pain is gone. His memories treasured.

How has one of God’s beautiful animals made a difference in your life?

Prayer: Our Heavenly Father, we are blessed by Your unconditional love. Thank you for the love we receive from our pets and friends. Help us to relax, enjoy, treasure each day, and sing in joy for all You have provided. Thank you for Your comfort and teach us to comfort others. Teach us to bask in the light of Your son, Jesus. Amen

21 thoughts on “Comfort: 2 Corinthians 1:4

  1. Oh Jeanne, I am sorry for your loss. Remy looks like a fun loving pet. Pets like this are another picture of God’s love for us. I pray God’s comfort for you and your household. I know Remy will be greatly missed, and I pray sweet memories will overtake. Love and peace to you my friend. ♥

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  2. I’m so sorry you had to say goodbye to your precious Remy. Our pets are such an important and loved part of our family life. It’s very painful to let them go. A year ago we had to do this with our sweet Great Dane and Gentle Giant, Jackson. We miss him so much! May God bring you comfort as you grieve Remy’s loss.

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  3. So sorry for your loss. A dog is part of the family. When I was a child, we had a golden retriever named Taffy. She slept in my room and followed me everywhere I went in the house. She was my best friend.

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    1. Matt, thank you! Remy was a golden, border collie mix he looked like a golden but had the energy of a border collie. Dogs are great companions – always happy to see you and they love to go on nature walks. God Bless you!

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  4. I am so sorry for you loss!! It’s such a hard thing to go through. They really do become a part of us. Each of our pets has a special, and unique, place in our hearts and homes. We have a chocolate lab & husky currently… the lab, I call ‘my dog’. She’s very intuitive and, though she’s very excitable and energetic, seems to know when I am not not feeling well..she will just come and sit by my side and rest her head. Something special, there, for sure.

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  5. So very sorry to learn that you lost your beloved pet this weekend. They are surely perfect examples of God’s unconditional love for us! You have our sympathy. They are truly a loss!

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  6. I am so sorry for your loss. The love we receive from our fur babies are so so precious and they are such a part of our family. Pray that you will feel comforted as you grieve for Remy.
    Hugs to you my friend 🤗.

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    1. Manu, thank you! Pets can be such good companions always glad to see us, happy to be with us, and good at bringing us joy. I am thankful for the loving comfort and peace God provides. Good hearing from you! God Bless you!

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  7. I’m so sorry to hear of your loss, Jeanne. Remy looks like he was a really sweet dog. It’s always sad to be parted from family. Our furry babies are sweet friends and family. Prayers for comfort and peace going up. ❤

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