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July 23, 2018

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October 5, 2017
To the Thompson Family:

You're in my thoughts and prayers. Each time I pray for you, I'm reminded that God who created you can put your world together again....that's why I'm asking Him to bring you strength and reassurance as you lend on Him. I will continue to pray for you.
With Love,
Annie Ruth Harris Hall & Family
Moultrie, Georgia
October 5, 2017
Mrs Thompson, you and your beautiful family are in our thoughts and prayers. All of your children are very special in our hearts, and I know that you are a very close family and have each other through this time. Many memories to cherish forever.
October 5, 2017
Sis. Thompson, I want you to know that I am feeling the pain from the transition of your help meet. Rev. Thompson was a unique friend, father figure, and inspiration to my ministry. All that I am today as a disciple of Christ and pastor, I owe to your husband. Rev. Thompson took me under the wings of his tutelage and instructed me by precept and example how to preach God's Word and pastor and live daily as a decent God-fearing human being. I am already missing our myriad theological and life conversations. As you and your children weep and continue the road less traveled for our Savior and LORD, know that God will comfort and console you. I leave you with the poignant and practical words of strength from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr: "Death is not a period that ends the great sentence of life, but rather an exclamation mark that punctuates it to a loftier height." As I have been continuing the journey without my help meet, I want you to know that when the crowd dissapates, Christ Jesus will cover your soul with His peace and presence and wipe the tears from your eyes. I love you Sis. Thompson, and you and your family are forever in my prayers and thoughts. Shalom.
October 4, 2017
Mother Thompson and Family,
Please accept our deepest condolences. Love conquers all, and know that God loves you and can restore your spirits, give you peace, and strengthen you. Reverend Thompson fought a good fight, ran a gracious race, and now he shall receive the greatest reward, Eternal Life.

Special Love,
Lewis Catheral COGIC,
Moultrie, Georgia