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Pastor Waldo N. Burd

Pastor Waldo N. Burd

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September 22, 2000
Pastor Burd was a wonderful pastor. He was there through my hard times and always pointed me to Christ. I thank God that he stood for what he believed in and loved our church so fully. He really taught me a lot about the Lord and was a great encouragement. I still find myself marking passages in the Bible to ask about on Sunday. I will always miss the access I had to him and his willingness to spend time on what was important to others.

I thank God for the life of Pastor Burd.
August 05, 2000
Grandpa was the best pastor I ever heard in my whole life. I know we all would have wish he would have lived longer but he was getting us ready for the day this would come. I think a lot of the people that wen to the church he preached at were noticing how he had started to slow down in his readings. Grandma Just keep holding on. Grandma: We just have to praise to God that he got be here for the 25 years of sevice celebration and also that he knew god and went to heaven. We love you grandpa and will always remember and Miss you.

Sarah
August 03, 2000
I can't begin to express the sadness I feel for your going on to be with the Lord. One word I can think of is bittersweet.

I have known you for 25 years and you were there even before I can remember. You have been such an example to me even though I never told you. Your steadfastness in Christ has been such a blessing over the years and I thank you for that. You will be missed more than words can say and will be thought of daily. Your teaching will go on for years to come and I thank God that I was blessed to have known you. The last time I saw you I hugged you and I thank God for that hug. Even though I never told you - I Love You.

August 03, 2000
Dear Waldo,
There are no words to express how we feel since you have gone on to be with the Lord. You have built a strong foundation in our church as well as in our hearts and I pray that we will continue to build on this foundation. You have taught us about this amazing Lord that you truly loved. And, you have taught us to love Him with all of our hearts. You have been a tremendous example, you never comprised the Word of God. Even if we did wrong, you loved us in a way that encouraged us to allow the Lord to work in our lives and through whatever, helped us to grow and become more like Christ. I just can't thank you enough for all you represented, for sticking with us in the good times as well as the bad. For praying for us and with us, teaching us how valuable prayer and Bible study is to our growing in our Christian lives. But, I thank Betty too because for a ministry to be as successful as your was/is, she had to allow you to be there for us when I'm sure she wanted you there for her. Thank you Betty, for sharing your husband, his/your ministry with us. I will see you in heaven at the feet of Jesus someday - what a Glorious Hope we have!!!
August 01, 2000
One of my favorite movies contains the line, "How can I live without my soul? How can I live without my life?" While I know my soul and life go on, I empathize with these words. My life (indeed, my very spirit) has recently sustained such a grievous loss because of my dear Pastor Burd's homegoing--a loss from which I will never fully recover. I love you, P.B. Thank you for being a trusted and beloved confidante.
Until we meet again,
Megan
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