Kevin Dwyer Obituary, Death – I will always be appreciative for what Jesus accomplished for me since he died on the cross in my place. I’ll always be grateful for Jesus’s love. Thus, I’ll never tire of thanking. My Lord spared me from a destiny worse than death. He gives me purpose. He guides me. He alone keeps me alive. Since Jesus Christ has defeated death and the grave, we should thank and honor Him.
This provides enough possibilities. This gives us a great possibility of success. I just realized that I will spend the rest of my life following his example and choosing the road that will bring me to the light. After realizing I would model my life after his, I reached this decision. I couldn’t think sensibly until I decided how to spend my life. I reached this decision after realizing that I would spend my whole life trying to emulate him and accepting that I will never succeed.
These realizations convinced me that this option is best for me. Today, my seventh day of abstinence, I feel grateful. My seventh abstinence day is today. My seven-day abstinence from drugs and alcohol begins today. My seventh day of sobriety is also today. I can’t even begin to express how stopping drinking made me so happy. My thanks and love will always be with those who have impacted my life. My “unending gratitude and affection” for them will never cease. I’ll always appreciate them.
Kevin Dwyer, now that your time on Earth is over, I hope you find the peace and happiness you deserve in your future. You worked hard and earned it. (Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the light; he is our individual rescuer and redeemer.) I’ve decided to keep making sacrifices to live a life that honors our heavenly father, and I hope you’ll help me achieve my goal. I’ll keep making sacrifices to glorify our heavenly father. I want to live like this when I’m older.
AMEN (I Believe)