To The Grandpas Spending Christmas In Heaven

Life is unpredictable and no one knows when his or her time has come. Moreover, to the grandpas spending Christmas in heaven, we pray that our Lord God show you mercies and grace you all.

To The Grandpas Spending Christmas in Heaven

Furthermore, so many children wish for their grandpas to be alive so that they can spend more time with them. Grandfathers are so special to their grandchildren because of how they create time to spend with their children.

Moreover, children love being around their grandparents due to the way they are being taken care of. In most cases, grandpas are responsible for telling old-time stories to their grandchildren of what life was like and how things have changed in the recent world.

However, they are responsible for keeping the history of a tradition by passing out historical events that once occurred.

So many grandpas that are in heaven want their children to live a good life by following the rules and regulations of God. Even when they were alive on this planet earth, they wanted their children to be responsible and good to the people around them.

To The Grandpas Spending Christmas in Heaven

True love stays forever and their children are sending greetings to the grandpas spending Christmas in heaven. So many children hold on to the memories of their grandpas and they wish to spend more time with their grandfathers, but death is unexpected.

Furthermore, some songs are composed by children and their grandparents during Christmas and other times. Those songs cannot be forgotten because of the quality time they spend with their grandpas and how they sing songs together.

Moreover, one of the major things that are done by children to their grandpas in heaven, they compose poems for them. As you can see, only good grandpas can make their grandchildren remember them and also create good poems for them.

If you just lost your grandpa and you still keep on crying, instead of crying write a poem and sing a beautiful song to him. However, there is a possibility that he will see you or even hear you, but he feels inside of him that there is someone who still thinks of him.

Children are a beautiful gift from God and they see their lovely grandpas that are late as their Angel who is watching them.

Lost Loved One Christmas Poem

Countless letters are written by children to their grandparents. However, if you are looking for a poem that you can offer to your grandpa who is in heaven, there is no need for you to search anymore.

The poems that you will be seeing in this article are written by different authors. Moreover, you will be able to display the love you have for your grandpas that are in heaven.  If you have a friend that lost his or her grandpa recently, you can show them the poems that will be offered to you below and they will be glad.

Christmas Memories by Sandy Siewers

When snowflakes dance on winter winds
And colored lights shine Christmas cheer,
When children’s laughter fills the air
And family gathers from far and near,
I try to celebrate with them
And not let my hurting show,
But the empty spaces within my heart,
At this season, seems to grow
‘Till oftentimes it fills the days
And many nights times too,

With aching thoughts and memories
Of Christmases, I spent with you.
Yes, memories do hurt, it’s true
But I have this feeling too.

I’m so glad I hold these memories,
For with them I hold part of you.
So for now I’ll wipe away the tears
And join with loved ones dear
To celebrate this Christmas time,
For I know that, in my heart, you’re here.

Christmas Without You by Steve Goldstein and Dolly Parton

Christmas without you
White Christmas and I’m blue
Like fireworks with no fuse
Christmas without you
The fireplace keeps burning and my thoughts keep turning
The pages of memories of time spent with you
Old Christmas songs we knew and used to make love to
Make it hard to get used to
Christmas without you
Christmas without you
White Christmas and I’m blue
I love you I miss you
So sad but so true
Christmas without you
Like a mystery with no clues
Like fireworks with no fuse
Christmas without you

The sweetest gift I know would be the new snow
Could fall in your footsteps on this Christmas Eve
The most joyous Christmas if luck could be with us

Would be if Saint Nicholas brought you home to me

Christmas without you
White Christmas and I’m blue
I love you I miss you I need you
So sad but so true
Christmas without you, like a mystery with no clues
Like fireworks with no fuse
Christmas without you

Missing at Christmas by J. Allen Shaw

It is never easy when a loved one is gone,
The thought that you’ll no longer see them around.
During this special season, you’ll be missing someone,
While everyone else is having so much fun.

Christmas is thought of as the time for sharing joy,
Family and friends together, every girl and boy.
But, when someone passes so near to Christmas,
We search for answers that quite frankly elude us.

Christmas is always a change of pace,
Snow falls, beautiful lights, and smiles on each face.
Seeing people, walking by so fast,
Capturing memories of Christmases past.

Now that special smile is missing,
No more “Under-the-mistletoe-kissing.”
You are bombarded by all the crazy “What-ifs.”
The “If-only,” and of course, the “I wish I’d done this.”

This Christmas there won’t be so much baking,

This Christmas your heart is breaking.
Trying to picture this season with this loved one gone,
Trying to find the strength to carry on.

How to experience joy, when you are feeling pain.
This year can’t possibly be the same.
Think of others who have gone on before,
Whose lives help prepare us for what is in store.

Gathering with many that you seldom see,
Please, don’t waste this opportunity.
Go ahead and remember, grieve, mourn or cry,
You’re surrounded by others that will help you get by.

Christmas in Heaven by Wanda Bencke

I see the countless Christmas trees
Around the world below,
With tiny lights, like heaven’s stars,
Reflecting on the snow.

The sight is so spectacular,
Please wipe away that tear.
For I’m spending Christmas
With Jesus Christ this year.

I hear many Christmas songs,
That people hold so dearly,
But the sounds of music can’t compare,
With the Christmas choir up here.

For I have no words to tell you,
The joy their voices bring.
For it is beyond description,
To hear an angel sing.

I can’t tell you of the splendor,
Or the peace here in this place.
Can you just imagine Christmas,
With our Savior, face to face?

I’ll ask Him to light your spirit,
As I tell Him of your love;
So then pray for one another,
As you lift your eyes above.

Please let your heart be joyful,
And let your spirit sing.
For I’m spending Christmas in Heaven,
And I’m walking with the King!

I know how much you miss me;
I see the pain inside your heart.
But I’m not so far away,
We aren’t apart.

So be happy for me, dear ones,
You know I hold you, dear,
And be glad I’m spending Christmas
With Jesus Christ this year.

I send you each a special gift
From my heavenly home above.
I send you each a memory
Of my undying love.

After all “love” is a gift,
More precious than pure gold.
It was always the most important
In the stories Jesus told.

Please love and keep each other
As my Father said to do,
For I can’t count the blessings
Or the love He has for you.

So have a Merry Christmas and
Wipe away that tear.
Remember I’m spending Christmas
With Jesus Christ this year!

This poem came in through Wanda Bencke and at that, she wrote the poem because of her daughter Lysandra Kay Bencke who was in a coma for five days. She wrote this poem for her daughter to show how great it is to be in heaven and also, they were sad and in pain for Lysandra.

Lysandra was a beautiful child that was born with cerebral palsy, she was a very quiet daughter, and could not talk or walk. Furthermore, Wanda sent this poem in a letter to friends and family, while others transfer it to other persons who lost their loved ones.

People that have come in contact with this poem are so grateful because it has been able to give them hope of how their loved ones are in Heaven living a beautiful life.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are questions asked by users who are making use of the internet.

Below are the answers from this article to the questions that are asked online.

How do people celebrate Christmas after death?

  • Have a special remembrance day to pray for your lost one
  • Create time to look at photos of loved ones
  • Prepare and eat their favorite food with family members
  • Write your lost one letters, poems, or music
  • Go to your lost favorite charity and render things to them

What do you write on a Christmas card after death?

Messages you can send are as follows.

  • I know you are sad about this period and you are finding it difficult to take away the pains you are experiencing, but you should know that your loved one is in heaven and having a good time. You need to be happy because your loved one would want you to take care of yourself, so please get yourself ready for another year of celebration.
  • It has been a hectic and stressful time for me since I lost my grandpa but I will be able to send a gift because I cannot attend the ceremony.

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