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  • the eternal God is your refuge.

  • And underneath are the everlasting arms.

  • On this solemn and significant national anniversary, we take time to reflect on the year passed and to remember, mourn and honour those who have lost their lives as a result of contracting coronavirus.

  • Each person precious, known and loved by God and remembered by us.

  • Now today, in this holy place we commend each person who has died to God's safe keeping.

  • Today we pray for all who mourn that they will no comfort, consolation and hope.

  • Heavenly Father, all time belongs to you.

  • We place ourselves into your care and pray that from the dark shadows of sickness and death you will lead us with sure confidence and hope into a better future in the loving kindness of your son.

  • Our savior.

  • Jesus Christ!

  • Oh, man.

  • Mhm!

  • Yeah, yeah, Let us pray.

  • Blessed are you, Lord, our God lover of souls.

  • You uphold us in life and sustain us in death.

  • The promise of Easter offers the light of hope to those in darkness and all who walk in the shadow of death.

  • Remember in your kingdom those whom we commemorate today that death maybe for them the gate of life that winter might yield to spring and that they might flourish in unending fellowship with you.

  • In the name of Jesus Christ, our savior.

  • Oh, man.

the eternal God is your refuge.

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