In memory of Kaitlyn Vece





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Published on Mar 18, 2007

Kaitlyn Vece died at the age of 16 from Cystic Fibrosis!
(she was a friend)

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This is neither the time or place to have arguments about religion and it's certainly not anyone's place to say this young girl is in hell. How dare you say that. If that's what you believe then fine, you're entitled to that but you are NOT entitled to voice that on a persons memorial. Show some respect !
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Emeline Sass
There is nothing harder than a parent who has to bury their child.  I am not a mother so I will not say "I know how you feel" I can only imagine how hard this was for you.  I am not sure if you are religious but after my father's death I took comfort from the Bible @ Revelation 21:4 where is says "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”  In a world that is going from bad to worse, I focus on the hope God gives to all mankind.  Again, I am so sorry for your loss. 
Jenna Harris
Beautiful tribute for a beautiful girl :) I lost my little brother to Cystic Fibrosis in 2005. He lived to be almost 14. 
Laurie Knowlton
CF is a horrible disease, I lost my sister when I was only 12, she was 15 and I remembered all to well every breath, every tear, but at the funeral there was a video left that she had made that made us all laugh instead of cry, one line I never forgot was her saying "You know what the best thing about Cystic Fibrosis is?" She lifted her shirt and said "Perfect Abs". Everyone laughed it was her way of saying it's ok I'm free. I wish there was a cure, I had to adopt because I am a carrier of the gene and so was my husband. I hope one day the sweat tests will be gone and we can all say "It wasn't all in vain" God bless you and your family Kaitlyn was a beautiful soul you could see that in the pictures and it takes love to see a child through the torment of CF. RIP Always Kaitlyn and Lisa your both probably up there comparing your perfect abs.
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Tansy Bieden
Beautiful tribute!!
Elijah Goer
Love Thoughts N Prayers Forever N Always Beyond Sorry for Your so unfair Horrific loss. I have 2 daughters with this Horrific disease
I am so sorry for your loss. I am not sure if you believe in the Bible but this scripture sure helped me when I lost ones I have loved. John 5: 28,29: 28 "Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life,
Ivy Edan
I'm so sorry I'm crying for her tonight
Alicia Gruhlke
my baby boy died
breen relant
The churches do not teach "heaven" or "hell" properly; this is one of the great areas of doctrine that if clouded---creates darkness and ignorance: this is why so many “Christians” see a God of darkness, not light; however, God is only light: I John 1:5.1. All have sinned and come under God's judgment: Romans 3:23, etc.2. From Eden to the Cross, some were granted a calling, forgiveness of sins, and granting of Holy Spirit: Look at Moses, righteous Abel, David, etc.  They were converted, called: John 6:44.  So, few were called prior to the Cross.  God however did promise salvation to Abraham's seed via Isaac, Genesis, Ezekiel, Jeremiah, etc., promised salvation, eternal life, to Israel (and ultimately gentiles as well), Romans 9-11.3. The human soul (life) is mortal, not immortal; humans are not immortal and no aspect of the spirit or soul is immortal; only God has immortality inherent: Romans and I or II Timothy; look up the words "mortal" and "immortality" in concordances and only God has immortality; upon the first resurrection (not dying and "going to heaven") at the Second Coming the saints will be given immortality THEN.  But, they are not given eternal life prior to the Second Coming.  Even John's gospel indicates that "No one has ascended into Heaven but the Son of Man, who had descended from Heaven".  In the Hebrew Canon, most all scriptures indicate a mortal soul, not immortal; the doctrine of the immortal soul is a pagan, Satanic doctrine.  It gives humans a "bypass" to God, his judgment, his authority, etc.4. So, we then have the first resurrection yet to come: all converted humans from Eden will be resurrected at that time and given eternal life.5. So, now, the rest of Mankind?  What about them?  Well, from Eden to the final judgment (inclusive of the 1000 year reign on earth of Messiah and the Church and Israel) all other humans will be resurrected in the final judgment, on earth, perhaps being brought into the Holy Land for judgment.  These will be people who are still in their sins, not forgiven yet, no relationship with God; they will be in various degrees of sin and God will judge accordingly according to what they knew on earth, did on earth, knew about God, truth, good, evil, etc.  So, at that time God will be Jesus Messiah on earth, as judge of all humans; some humans will accept God's offer of salvation and that may take time, perhaps a full life-time; then others will be raised in that judgment and they will have rejected God's salvation and have hardened hearts and refuse salvation and Jesus' sacrifice; these will be finally burned up forever in a lake of fire, and will be ashes under the feet of the righteous: Malachi's book.So, God is perfect and his love and fairness are perfect; the churches will not teach such matters for many reasons; this keeps people in darkness and in sin; if God is not fair and perfect, then we as humans have no real need to repent toward an imperfect God, no better than us in ways.  So, this is a ploy of Satan to block humans to God, his truth, his love, his judgment and his reality.So, at the first resurrection the supernatural saints (I Corinthians 15) will be in "Heaven" then.  No one else will be in Heaven, yet.Then, after the final judgment, and all who will repent have done so---then all humans who have come to a full reality of God's presence and Being, and have decided to follow God and love him, all those will be finally in the Heavenly plane.The others who have hated God will be in Hell, a final place of extermination, where they are as though they had never been---eternal punishment, not eternal punishing.Email me for more information if you need help with your relationship with God.  Thank you.
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