Elizabeth Bay Moore Obituary, Death – Elizabeth Bay Moore, a resident of Bienville Parish in Louisiana, died lately. Elizabeth (Bay) Moore died today as a result of an unforeseen illness, and our thoughts and prayers are with her family during this terrible time. She left this world tonight and will spend eternity in God’s presence. I had the most fun I’d ever had in my life while serving as her youth pastor.
She exuded happiness and tranquillity at all times, causing everyone around her to feel the same way. May we give gratitude to God for His mercy and compassion even in the face of death. Please say a prayer for her and all of her loved ones as they go through this tough time. We want you and your family to know that you are in our thoughts and that we extend our heartfelt sympathies to you and everyone in your family during this difficult time. We have firsthand knowledge of how terrible it is for a youth organization to lose a young member.
We will be praying for her family, your church, and all of you personally and collectively during this difficult time. We are currently thinking about the Moore family and praying for them; we are also crying alongside them. They have no choice but to put their trust in God to go through this ordeal. In addition, I will pray for the members of my church family as well as my friends. We want the family to know that we are thinking about them and praying for them at this time.
Jesus, we give you thanks for everything you have in store for us in light of your future plans. 4 There will be no death, misery, mourning, or suffering when God wipes away every tear from their eyes because the old things have been destroyed. 5 The one sitting on the throne at the time said these words: “Behold, I make all things new.” Then he told me to “write,” claiming that these claims are reliable and real. Regardless of our inability to fathom how God is reacting to the events at hand, we are required to put our faith in what God is doing because he instructs us to do so. The Moore family is being remembered and prayed for during this difficult time.