Saturday, March 21, 2015

Ke'Lanii Ianna Johnson

 Ke'Lanii Ianna Johnson, age 1 month and 17 days old of Orlando, passed away on Sunday, March 15, 2015.  Ke'Lanii leaves to cherish her memory, parents Mykaela Johnson and Zyheem Smith; brother Kaden Johnson; maternal grandmother Ericka L. Johnson & maternal grandfather Steven M. Johnson; paternal grandmother Natika Samuels; maternal aunts, Kiara Johnson, Ta'Kerria Pugh; paternal aunt & uncles Znique Smith, Zahquan & Zahkeem Smith; great aunt Sharon Blackmon; great uncle Johnny Blackmon, Jr. & great-grandmother Virginia Newby.

When God calls little children to dwell with Him above, We mortals sometimes question the wisdom of His love. For no heartache compares with the death of one small child Who does so much to make our world seem wonderful and mild. Perhaps God tires of calling the aged to His fold., so He picks a rosebud before it can grow old. God knows how much we need them, and so He takes but a few To make the land of Heaven more beautiful to view. Believing this is difficult, still somehow we must try, The saddest word mankind knows will always be "Good bye". So when a little child departs, we who are left behind Must realize God loves children Angels are hard to find.
Graveside Service
Monday, March 23, 2015 ~ 2:00 pm
Greenwood Cemetery
Rev. Douglas J. Dobbs, officiating

1 comment:

M Jones said...

You have my deepest sympathy for the passing of your precious baby daughter, Ke'Lanii lanna . While you are grieving, I hope you will find comfort from the Scriptures and the accounts about young children who passed away and restored back to life by the prophets, Elijah and Elisha(I Kings 17:8-24: II Kings 4:8-37) the apostle Paul(Acts 20:7-12 and Jesus Christ when he restored a young girl back to life and the only son of a widow; just imagine the parents joy.-Luke 7:11-15; 8:49-56. Just imagine the joy when Jesus in the near future, resurrect and restore millions back to life on the renewed Paradise earth and you are reunited with your loved one. Until then. may GOD grant you peace and comfort now, during this time of sorrow.-John 5:28,29; Luke 23:43.