ROUSE, Reynold Richard
Date of Death : 16-Apr-2020
Date of Funeral : 29-Apr-2020 (12:00 am)
Funeral Location : Clarke & Battoo’s Chapel
ROUSE, Reynold Richard died peacefully on Thursday 16th April, 2020. Son of the late Dudley and Sylvia Rouse (both dec.). Husband of Shelia (dec.); Father of Ann Marie, Nadia, Joy and Miguel. Grandfather of Richard, Lisa (dec.), Michael, Ayanna, Joshua and Jordan. Great Grandfather of six. Uncle of the Selmans and many others. Relative of the Rubins. Private funeral of the late Reynold Rouse takes place at 9:00am on Wednesday 29th April 2020 at Clarke & Battoo’s Chapel, Tragerete Road, followed by private cremation. For enquiries; call C&B: (868) 625-1170. To send condolences please visit our website www.clarkandbattoo.com
I’ll like to extend my deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Reynold Richard Rouse. I know he will be missed by all. The question comes up what hope is there for our loved ones who have died? This is because death affects everyone of us. But does death end it all? Are the dead forgotten forever? Consider what the Bible says at John 5:28,29. “All those in the memorial tombs........ will come out. So the dead are not forgotten. This is what the Bible calls the resurrection where billions will be brought back to life with the hope of living forever in an abundance of peace. To understand this further please view the following video: https://www.jw.org/en/library/videos/intros-for-the-ministry/is-there-hope-for-the-dead-intro/ You can also visit our website jw.org for further information and answers to any questions you may have.
Merlene Floyd-Bristol
I wish to express my sympathy on your loss. Losing someone we love dearly, to death can be very painful. We are left with that empty feeling of grief. Here are some scriptures that I hope will give you some comfort. God promises to eliminate death "He will swallow up death forever..." Isaiah 35:8 and bring back our loved ones by means of a resurrection "And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous" Acts 24:15 To find out more about how to cope with your grief please feel free to contact me or you may read the article in Awake #3 2018 on the website www.jw.org.
Genevieve Francis
Boyin it is so sad that you had to pass during these Covid times that your life could not have been celebrated the way you deserved. I am sure that Mama Dowdy, Marion, Willy and Ruthy were all waiting to take you over to the other side. May the angels take you into paradise and May your Soul Rest in perfect Peace. Deepest sympathies to Miguel and the rest of the family.
Caira
Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss. I can just imagine the mixed emotions you are experiencing as I too lost my cherished aunt last month. Comforting thoughts can often escape us during our time of grief. I gained some comfort form the hope that our Creator gives us at Hosea 13 : 14 that says "From the power of the Grave I will redeem them; From death I will recover them. Where are your stings, O Death? Where is your destructiveness, O Grave? I look forward to the day when we no longer have to feel the sting of death and we can see our loved ones again. What is helping me to cope with the grieving process I am experiencing is this brochure "When Someone You Love Dies." I will attach the link below https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E
Janelle
My condolences and warmest sympathies to you and your family. Loosing a loved one in death is never easy but you can take comfort in knowing that Jehovah God hates death as well at 1 Co 15:26 he says that last enemy, death will be brought to nothing! By means of the resurrection Jehovah will bring back our lost loved ones this promise is found at Job 14:14,15. I encourage you to visit our web site at Jw.org for more information.
Daryl Charles


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