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  • Genesis 37:35
    All Jacob’s other sons and daughters came to comfort him. But they weren’t able to. He said,“ I will continue to mourn until I go down into the grave to be with my son.” So Joseph’s father mourned for him.
  • Genesis 38:12
    After a long time Judah’s wife died. She was the daughter of Shua. When Judah got over his sadness, he went up to Timnah. His friend Hirah from Adullam went with him. Men were clipping the wool from Judah’s sheep at Timnah.
  • Genesis 24:67
    Isaac brought Rebekah into the tent that had belonged to his mother Sarah. And he married Rebekah. She became his wife, and he loved her. So Isaac was comforted after his mother died.
  • Psalms 119:20
    My heart is filled with longing for your laws at all times.
  • Philippians 2:26
    He longs for all of you. He is troubled because you heard he was sick.
  • 2 Samuel 12 19-2 Samuel 12 23
    David saw that his attendants were whispering to one another. Then he realized the child was dead.“ Has the child died?” he asked.“ Yes,” they replied.“ He’s dead.”Then David got up from the ground. After he washed himself, he put on lotions. He changed his clothes. He went into the house of the Lord and worshiped him. Then he went to his own house. He asked for some food. They served it to him. And he ate it.His attendants asked him,“ Why are you acting like this? While the child was still alive, you wouldn’t eat anything. You cried a lot. But now that the child is dead, you get up and eat!”He answered,“ While the child was still alive, I didn’t eat anything. And I cried a lot. I thought,‘ Who knows? The Lord might have mercy on me. He might let the child live.’But now he’s dead. So why should I continue to go without food? Can I bring him back to life again? Someday I’ll go to him. But he won’t return to me.”
  • Psalms 84:2
    I can’t wait to be in the courtyards of the Lord’ s temple. I really want to be there. My whole being cries out for the living God.
  • Genesis 31:30
    Now you have run away. You longed to go back to your father’s home. But why did you have to steal the statues of my gods?”
  • Deuteronomy 28:32
    Your children will be given to another nation. Day after day you will watch for them to come back. But you will only wear out your eyes. You won’t be able to help your children.