Paula Bennett Obituary, Death – My mother, Paula Bennett, passed away on Monday as the result of unexpected and abrupt complications with her health, and it is with a heavy and broken heart that I must inform you all of this news. I am sorry that I did not personally contact many of you to share the news with you, and I apologize for that. Please accept my sincere condolences in this matter. I ask that you please accept my heartfelt condolences in regard to this incident. If we are being fully honest with you, we are completely taken aback by what has just taken place. My mother was an essential component of our day-to-day lives, and her absence is keenly felt and incredibly trying for all of us, but particularly for my children and for our grandmother (my mother’s mother). My children and our grandmother are especially struggling to cope with the loss of their mother. My children and their grandmother had a really special relationship with one another.
Because the numerous prayers that were said over us and to us are actually what is helping us get through this incomprehensible moment of anguish, we are tremendously thankful for the numerous prayers that were chanted over us and to us. Mom, whatever words I try to convey about how much you mean to me become all jumbled up, and to tell you the truth, no words feel right right now or can ever properly portray how much you truly mean to me. I just want you to know how much I appreciate everything you do for me. I want you to know how much I value all you do for me, and how much appreciation I have for you. I want you to know how much I cherish all you do for me and how much appreciation I have for you. I also want you to know how much I appreciate you.
Because of your close relationship with God and the numerous, in-depth discussions that we have had, the thought that you are now freed from the burdens of earthly life and have found a permanent home where you will have the opportunity to worship HIM face to face brings me an incredible feeling of peaceful comfort. This is as a direct result of the numerous, countless exchanges that we have had with one another. Psalm 73:26 It is possible that both my physical body and my emotional heart will fail me, but the Lord is the one who will always be my source of strength and my portion no matter what happens to me. Psalm 48:14 Due to the fact that this is the case, God is and will always be our God; he will proceed to exercise his role as our leader right up until the very end.