For God is not unrighteous so as to forget your work and the love you showed for his name by ministering and continuing to minister to the holy ones (Hebrews 6:10). Lincoln will never be forgotten for all the work he did for his climbing community and especially those encouraged and inspired in his care. May God continue to strengthen your family in these “times hard to deal with” (2Tim 3:1), especially without a beloved one such as Lincoln Hall.
It was because of you Lincoln I ventured to the mountains. Your books are so inspiring. Until your next life sleep peacefully. "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings, Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves." Jenny in Darwin
Climb on, Lincoln.
Dear Barbara and boys
We were both very sad to hear this news. Lincoln was a very special person and friend... it is a privilege to have known him. Our thoughts and love and support are with you. Love...
A gentle giant now climbs amidst the clouds. Sincere sympathy to his family.
Sorry for you loss and the magnitude of it. I saw Lincoln speak many times and he always came across as someone who thought about other people and who had a greag purpose to fulfil in life.
From him I learnt to climb my own 'mountains' and to keep going no matter what.
So sorry to hear of Lincoln Hall's passing. Came as a shock, so soon after his miracle on the northeast ridge of Mt. Everest. "May you rest in His eternal presence".
To the family of Lincoln Hall,
You don't know me, but I want to extend to you all my deepest sympathy at the loss of your brave and incredible husband and father. As a person who has never climbed a hill much less a mountain, but who is obsessed with mountain climbing, your Lincoln was the epitome of greatness to me and I followed his story from the first I heard of his rescue on Everest. I have been crying since his passing appeared in the news. As far as I'm concerned, he was one of the greatest climbers in history and his legacy will remain forever. I am so very sorry for your terrible loss.
Dear Barbara, Dylan and Dorje, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Lincoln was an exceptional man and did so many incredible things while alive - a great inspiration to so many. I am thinking of you.
To Barbara and the boys,
Calie and I are so very sorry for your loss and as the world weeps at the tragedy of losing the person, we weep with you at the loss of the man, husband and father that he was to you. We wish you our deepest condolences and all our love and thoughts are with you at this heartbreaking time.
Kahna Ring (former student of Korowal school)
I just read about his amazing survival while climbing. I am saddened to hear of his death. Heartfelt condolences to family and loved ones.
I'm deeply sorry for the lost of your husband and father.After reading about his experience of being left for dead and then not holding a grudge is beyond human.May Matt.5:9 apply to him "Happy are the peaceable since they will be called sons of God." See God will have a place on a beautiful earth where peaceable people will live forever.
Wow..what a great life..you were a neat guy!
Now he sits on all the tall mountains & looks down on all of us. What a life!!!!! he gave to all of us. Rest in peace. Blesses to hes family.
My sincere condolences to Lincoln's family. He was a great but humble man. A smile always and he touched me although I did not know him long. His warmth and concern was deeply appreciated to me when days were difficult. Rest in eternal peace and continue your journey.
Rosie Wynter (was Carr-Boyd)
My deepest condolences to Hall family. Lincoln was really an amazing person who's determination was so inspiring. May the God of peace be with you during this difficult time.
So sorry for your loss of a hero that took on Mt. Everest! I know you are ever so very proud of Lincoln Hall!
May God be with you, all, during this period of bereavement.
Jayne Fricks Marsh
Jesus said to them: "Lazarus our friend has gone to rest. I am journeying there to awaken him from sleep."
God Bless you. Now you are among God's Mountains....
Anyone who says "I imagine you are surprised to see me here," after surviving a gruelling night on Mt. Everest gets two thumbs up from me. The world need more of his kind. My condolences to his family and friends.
My heart goes out to your family. I have spent the past 15 years working on behalf of victims of mesothelioma and their families.
Lincoln is climbing other mountains now with those who have gone before and been waiting for him. Lincoln, Give a hug to my brother when you see him on the summit. Rest in Peace.
Kari Momb Harris
R.I.P. Prayers for your loved ones.
May you , Lincoln Hall, live forever in peoples hearts and you his family may your hearts be filled with pride of how he lived his life.
He has climbed the highest mountain and his guides have taken him home. May God bring joy to those who are left to mourn him with memories of a life lived to it's fullest.
May the God of all comfort Jah be with the Hall family at this difficult time... Acts24:15
To the family of Lincoln Hall,
We are so sorry for your lost. You all should be so proud of his accomplishment and the demeanor in which he carried himself. It's sad to hear that cancer has taken another life but soon we will live in a world where there will be no more sickness or diseases. That's why it's so important that we pray for God's Kingdom to come and his will be done on earth as in heaven. With Sympathy,
"Rest in Peace", Lincoln Hall, You lived life to the fullest! Condolences to his family & friends
Did not know him personally, but his story of climbing the Mountain always inspired me.He will always be remembered for following his dream, which should be inspiration for all of us. God bless his family & friends. He is now climbing Mountains in a higher place. What a beautiful dream.
Sadness... Bless Lincoln's family
Praying for you during this most difficult time.
My condolences to hall family, it is a comfort to know our loving creator is not the cause of our death but is the result of the first human pairs action. Rom 5:12
My sincere condolences to the Hall family. Lincoln was an amazing man with big dreams he kept within his reach. RIP sweet man.
God Bless those who reach for the stars. The Marion Family Ruidoso New Mexico USA
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Lincoln Hall, a remakable man and mountaineer will be missed by the climbing family.
Sincere condolence to the family.
My condolence to the Family of Mr. lincoln Hall, please may the God of love comfort you from his word, which hold out a hope for your dear loved one who has fallen asleep.
love from all his goodness ,God saying ,
i need you now.
To be absent from the body,is to be
present with the lord,
it just wasn't his time to go yet up there.LUV
My husband died in January 2011 from mesothelioma. He was 57 years old & the picture of health prior to his 5-1/2 month terminal illness. He was an avid outdoorsman & a professional firefighter. Mesothelioma is a cruel disease. My heart goes out to you, his family for your loss.
Blessings to the Hall Family.
My condolences.Cancer is a terrible disease that I have fought. god bless!
With deepest condolences to the Hall family during your time of grief...Psalm 46:1...God is for us a refuge and strength, A help that is readily to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and cmfort to endure the days ahead.
My condolences to the family of such a strong man. Take comfort in knowing that soon sickness and death will be no more.
what a loss to man and our world!
god be with you and your family. he climbs with the angels today, happy and healthy once more.
May your family be blessed,and. Be with themin.ly
I never met this man, but his life story touched me deeply. I imagine him resting in peace with God in heaven!
J. Walker, Louisina, U.S.A.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I am so sorry for your lost. May you and your family rely on God in this time if grief.
into a new
"As apples of gold in silver carvings is a word spoken at the right time for it." Proverbs 25:11