It's really, really, really hard to hear of someone's death. David had carried out his name, "a man after God's own heart." Yes, I know that he wanted so bad to be a missionary. It took me forever, that even though, he did not reach to places that did not know God's Word, he was able to reach to people within the comfort of his own earthly home. I knew him, funny, since March 28th, 2012. Yes, we knew each other for a short time, but he has helped me in my struggles. About a day, maybe two, before he died, I was looking at music videos, and I came across Carrie Underwood's song "Temporary Home," and it fit David perfectly. One part, the lyrics were correct, "This was just a stop, on the way to where I'm going, I'm not afraid because I know, this is my temporary home." And, Munsey family, listen, Tenth Avenue North (James, thanks for mentioning that you and David love the band and this song), Worn talks about the struggles that are in life. Even though God took David home, that may have caused you to look at God and say, "Now I know that I can look at my God and sing praises, because I know, that David would too, when he was in a difficult situation." Munsey's, is it the end of the world, just because David died? Of course not! One of my bestest of best friends told me through a text message, that we can think that David is in some part of the world where he gets no cell reception, and we can ask God to send our messages on to him. May God use David's death and make it into a praise. And God can bring a praise out of a storm. He did multiple times. It worked with Mike Donehey in Tenth Avenue North, it worked with Jonah, I'm pretty sure it worked with the apostle Paul, and it can work with us. Let's not think that this was a storm. David left a legacy. And he left a ministry left undone. Would he like that we didn't continue on his work? Yes, my dream was to become a missionary as well, and I continue to continue on his mission work. I hope you do the same.