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  1. Jenny Fraser on July 8, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    No trurer words have been spoken of Deborah! God bless you and the family tonight at visitation and tomorrow at the memorial service! We are praying for all of you!



  2. Jen on July 8, 2011 at 9:27 am

    Truer words could not have been spoken. Praying for your family today.



  3. Ann on July 8, 2011 at 9:12 am

    I was not one of the fortuneate persons to have known, (or even met) Deborah. I now feel cheated that I did not know her but from all the praises I have read, in her regard, she must have been such a special lady and I am sure now that she is basking in the presence of the Lord and Praise God one day I will get to know her. You, Amy Alicia and Landon and Mr Samples and the extended family are in our prayers. Knowing where she is does soften pain but her presence here on earth will be sorely missed. I can’t say more, but please do know that we love you and your family as well.



  4. Sam & Zack on July 8, 2011 at 9:04 am

    I remember when I was a youg man I watched a film about the life of an american messenger named Lilian Trusher (not sure of spelling).She was engaged but the Holy Spirit whispered to her that she must leave everything and go for serving God wherever He calls her.She left her fiancee, and travelled out of the U.S.A. not knowing her destination but guided by the Holy Spirit.She was guided to a large city in Upper Egypt called Assiut where she started a ministry of service to orphan children.I watched her bathing poor children (in the film) and changing their ragged clothes into new clothes.She started with a small number of children.She had no financial resource and was not not affiliated to any organisation but she proceeded only by her faith.It was known that sometimes her little orphanage did not know what for their dinner but she prayed with the children and God provided for their meal unexpectedly in time.Her orphanage gradually grew and it is still there in Assiut till today, many years after she ascended to Heaven.I heard one of the most eminent pastors in Cairo, Egypt mentioning her in a sermon, saying that if we suppose that in Heaven there is competition on the chairs Lilian would compete with the Apostle Paul challenging him on his chair.God’s most favorites are not necessarily the most famous.
    We honor Deborah Samples even without having known her personally because she is a good example for every christian.We look forward to join all those who went to Heaven ahead of us and there we will all rejoice with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,
    Sam & Zack.



  5. Beth Cherepy on July 8, 2011 at 8:53 am

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all today as you are presented with the viewing of this wonderful christian lady. May the Lord give you strength and peace as you truly begin your journey without her; as today sight becomes a realization seeing her at the funeral home. Praying for you as you help comfort Amy and the kids while they suffer and deal with this being the first time they see her since 6/16.

    Love and prayers,
    The Cherepy Family