THE PRINCE PHILIP, DUKE OF EDINBURGH.

Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to Her Majesty (HM) the Queen Elizabeth II, for the passing of her beloved husband Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh passed away on April 9th 2021 of 99 years. During this time I extend my thoughts of sympathy and love for this loss to the United Kingdom (UK). It is with these thoughts I offer my condolences to the Royal family of HM the Queen, the United Kingdom and all who mourn the loss of Prince Philip worldwide.

As a member of The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Englands ties to the Western hemisphere remain strong, we are profoundly grateful for your service and remain in gratitude to the Duke of Edinburgh’s service to the Royal Navy, who also served with Naval Forces during World War II (WWII).

This death is a significant loss of the Royal family as well as HM the Queen, I am truly inspired with your relationship to the Duke of Edinburgh, you stood together through the many joys and sorrows of life, I am sure that this loss is one that is very publicly embraced, as well as one where there is private grief, suffering, and sorrow. I send thoughts of love and strength to share a bible verse that I was reading on April 8th 2021, where I too contemplated upon the idea of death, and found comfort to know that our perishable body, becomes one that is imperishable as one enters the kingdom of God, although as human’s our desire is to keep close to us those we love, thus the grief.

“When the perishable puts on the imperishable, and the mortal puts on immortality then shall come to pass the saying that is written: ‘Death is swallowed up in victory'”

CORINTHIANS 1: 54.

May God Bless you and give you all strength and healing during this time of great loss. With profound respect and love. Rest in peace.

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