My sister just emailed me. IÂ hadn’t watched the news in the last two hours, and so I ‘missed’ theÂ report of the death of the prophet.Â I don’t think we could classify this event as sad. It is simply a time of change. AsÂ David G. from the Juvenile InstructorÂ said, “The prophet is dead. Long live the prophet.”Â
When a person is 97 years old, lived a life of love and kindness, has been able to workÂ to his last days, and died in his own bed with his family surrounding him – that is a good end. He served God well, and now God has him.