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SUSAN JOHNSTON OWEN-JAZZ  /  SITE OWNER/MUSICIAN, WRITER,ARTIST, ELEMENTARY AND SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER (RETIRED)

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MEMORIAL CANDLES

 

ALMIGHTY GOD

sung by Susan Johnston Owen

 MEMORIAL CANDLES

 


WE WILL NEVER FORGET


THIS SITE IS

 DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF MY PARENTS

JOSEPH H. JOHNSTON AND KATHRYN JONES JOHNSTON

 MY BEST FRIEND AND AUNT- HELEN JONES DOMENECH


For centuries people around the world have burned candles in remembrance of loved ones who have died, as a way of healing the past and bringing hope for the future. Lighting a candle is viewed as a sacred ritual in many different traditions and religions.

There is a soothing, healing effect in lighting a candle. A solitary candle brings light in the darkness; it is also a symbol of the human spirit. Lighting a candle can be used as a meditative tool. The simple ritual of lighting a candle and watching the hypnotic flickering flame is calming and relaxing.

During times of sorrow or times of challenging, lighting a candle can give you something to do, a way of focusing your thoughts, intension or prayers on a problem or a person.

The LORD Is My Shepherd
A Psalm of David.
1  The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.
2  He maketh me to lie down in green pastures:
        
he leadeth me beside the still waters. Rev. 7.17
3  He restoreth my soul:
        
he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.
4  Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
        
I will fear no evil: for thou art with me;
thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
5  Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies:
        
thou anointest my head with oil;
my cup runneth over.
6  Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life:
        
and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever.

 

 

 

email me with the name of the person you want to have a candle. I will put one up.

 


When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, "I used everything you gave me." ~Erma Bombeck 

 

 


Raven Woods

      The fallen soldiers

 

 Joseph H. Johnston

     Kathryn J. Johnston

 



       Joseph H. Johnson

 

     Helen J. Domenech

 

 

    James   Domenech

 



            Phyllis Owen

 

    

                   Edward OwenSr

 

          Dorothy Dailey

 



           Barbara Johnston

 

 

Dan Dailey

 

Mary Johnson

 


                                                                          


Frederick Johnston

 

                DorothyJohnston

 

                     Charles Johnston Sr.

 

 



 

            Elizabeth Mae Ritchie                                                             Paul Ritchie                                                                        Emily Harbold

 

 



 Larry A. Pohl

 

 

      Karl Lewis Jr.

 

                Verna Pohl

 



 

Clarence A. Pohl  

 

 

                           Lawrence A. Pohl

 

            Deanna Jo Robinson

 



Martha Marie Tidwelll

 

 

                  Exie Wright

 

                    Verna Lewis

 



      Paul Martin Lind

 

                  Maud Jones

 

                      Hugh Jones

 



James Patrick Flannery                          Eisen                                Caitlin Elyse Flannery

 

 

 

 


BELOVED FURRY FAMILY MEMBERS



       Cleo Owen                                                                           Chloe Friemel                                                        Scoobie Friemel


                                                                                          Baby                                         Calico                                    Lexi

             

              Pumpkin          


The Christian's Goodnight

A hymn for grieving, coping with death, healing

 

The Christian's Goodnight

By Sarah Doudney (c. 1871)

 

 Sleep on, beloved, sleep, and take thy rest;

    Lay down thy head upon the Savior’s breast;

    We loved thee well, but Jesus loves thee best

    Good night! Good night! Good night!

 

   Calm is thy slumber as an infant’s sleep;

    But thou shall wake no more to toil and weep;

    Thine is a perfect rest, secure and deep

    Good night! Good night! Good night!

 

   Until the shadows from this earth are cast,

    Until He gathers in His sheaves at last;

    Until the twilight gloom be over past

    Good night! Good night! Good night!

 

   Until the Easter glory lights the skies,

    Until the dead in Jesus shall arise,

    And He shall come, but not in lowly guise

    Good night! Good night! Good night!

 

   Until, made beautiful by love divine,

    Thou, in the likeness of thy Lord shall shine,

    And He shall bring that golden crown of thine

    Good night! Good night! Good night!

 

   Only Good night, beloved not  farewell!

    A little while, and all His saints shall dwell

    In hallowed unison indivisible

    Good night! Good night! Good night!

 

 . Until we meet again before His throne,

    Clothed in the spotless robe He gives His own,

    Until we know even as we are known

    Good night!  Good night!  Good night!


 

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