Condolences for Alan S. Cohen

B.N. posted on 3/6/15

My condolences to the Cohen family. Sorry for your loss. It's unfortunate that we live in a world where death can overtake us. However, that is only temporary. Isaiah 25:8 says, "He will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe the tears from all faces." Death will be eliminated. The sorrow that comes from losing someone in death will be a thing of the past. Furthermore, we will live on an earth that has been transformed into a beautiful paradise, where "death will be no more." (Revelation 21:4)

 

B.N. posted on 3/6/15

My condolences to the Cohen family. Sorry for your loss. It's unfortunate that we live in a world where death can overtake us. However, that is only temporary. Isaiah 25:8 says, "He will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe the tears from all faces." Death will be eliminated. The sorrow that comes from losing someone in death will be a thing of the past. Furthermore, we will live on an earth that has been transformed into a beautiful paradise, where "death will be no more." (Revelation 21:4)

 

Pam Hughes Powell posted on 3/4/15

I met Alan in 1972 while working on the McGovern campaign. He became a good friend and my daughter is now the proud owner of the cookie jar he gave us as a wedding present. He was a nice man. Please accept my condolences.

 

Pam Hughes Powell posted on 3/4/15

I met Alan in 1972 while working on the McGovern campaign. He became a good friend and my daughter is now the proud owner of the cookie jar he gave us as a wedding present. He was a nice man. Please accept my condolences.

 

Pam Hughes Powell posted on 3/4/15

I met Alan while working on the McGovern campaign in 1972. He became a good friend and my daughter is now the proud owner of a cookie jar he gave me for a wedding present. He was a nice man. Please accept my condolences.

 

Pam Hughes Powell posted on 3/4/15

I met Alan while working on the McGovern campaign in 1972. He became a good friend and my daughter is now the proud owner of a cookie jar he gave me for a wedding present. He was a nice man. Please accept my condolences.

 

S. Lee posted on 3/4/15

I want to express my sincere sympathy for the loss of your loved one and I hope the following suggestions help the family members and those who loved Alan S. Cohen to lessen their grief. • Talk about your feelings to “a true companion” who will listen patiently and sympathetically. • If you have feelings of guilt thinking that some neglect on your part contributed to your loved one’s death, realize, though, that no matter how much we love another person, we cannot prevent “time and unforeseen occurrence from befalling those we love. (Ecclesiastes 9:11) More than anything else, a relationship with God can help you to cope with the death of someone you love. Isaiah 33:24 promises the time when an end to sickness will become a reality. God will put an end to pain, suffering and even DEATH. God promises at Isaiah 25:8 that death will be swallowed up forever.