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Carolyn Tina Barnett

December 2, 1985 — March 6, 2024

Barnett, Carolyn, Tina (nee Stewart)
Stepped into the arms of her Lord and Saviour on Wednesday, March 6, 2024 in her 39th year. Carolyn of Coldwater area, beloved wife of Jason. Loving and devoted mother of Victoria, Samuel, Mathew and John. Wonderful daughter of Glen and Susy. Loving sister of David and wife Jasiel. Sadly missed by several nephews and nieces. Loving daughter-in-law to Doug and Darlene and sister-in-law to Aaron, Tara, Jordan, Laura, and Sean. Carolyn will be greatly missed by the many people that she touched and loved. Funeral service will be held at Cornerstone Baptist Church, 265 Coldwater Rd., W., Orillia on Tuesday March 12 2024, at 11 am,  with interment to follow at St. Andrews-St. James Cemetery, Orillia for immediate family. If desired donations to Oneforisrael.com  would be appreciated. Messages of condolence are welcome at www.mundellfuneralhome.com  

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Yesterday afternoon we lost one of the most beautiful souls God has put on earth.

I knew her from a child.

Her kind words. Her compassion. Her most beautiful smile.

When I heard the news, I cried out NO! NO! NO!

I couldn't stop saying it, but it was true.

She was gone.

Home. Sweet. Heavenly home.

She adored her Saviour.

He was her life.

Her joy.

She was loving. She was kind. She was broken.

When she got married to her husband suffered from painful stomach issues.

She worked tirelessly to find the right diet to ease his pain.

I remember her zeal in the search for it.

That is what love does.

That was her. She was loving. She was kind. She was broken t married her husband suffered from painful stomach issues. She worked tirelessly to find the right diet to ease him. I remember her zeal in the search for it.

That is what love does.

That was her.

A loving beautiful young woman.

Is now gone.

And the Angels cried.

She held a heart full of passion for her Lord.

Full to overflowing.

When she spoke of Him her very presence shined!

She has now run through the Valley of death and right into her JESUS loving arms!

OH, how she Loved Him!

The Trumpets Sounded!

The choirs sang.

She was finally home.

A home where there is no pain.

Where there are no hurts.

Where perfect love abounds.

I picture her there with her beautiful smile and her heart full of goodness.

She is no longer broken.

She has shed her last tear.

She has found eternal love.

“Hello gorgeous Girl" I would say to her.

Bashfully she would cast her eyes downward.

Yes, she was very beautiful on the outside.

But her heart was Glorious!

Christ in her. Christ her all and all and all!

Her hope of Glory!

Through the tears I cry out,

You are home gorgeous girl - You are home!

You are in Glory!

The world. The pain it brought you, Is over!

JOY JOY JOY JOY JOY JOY JOY JOY JOY JOY JOY

Our lovely Carolyn.

Play in it. Run in it. Dance in it!

FOREVERMORE!!!

 

Charles Spurgeon, .... the Prince of Preachers…. suffered from the deepest seas pf agonizing depression.

 

He penned:

“I know, perhaps as well as anyone, what depression means, and what it is to feel myself sinking lower and lower. Yet at the worst, when I reach the lowest depths, I have an inward peace which no pain or depression can in the least disturb.

Trusting in Jesus Christ my Saviour, there is still a blessed quietness in the deep caverns of my soul.”

“I note,” wrote Spurgeon, “that some whom I greatly love and esteem, who are, in my judgement, among the very choicest of God’s people, nevertheless, travel most of the way to heaven by night.”


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