Michael Sanderson Death, Obituary – If I were the pastor of Jacksonville, I’d make it a point to shake everyone’s hand. As I sit here and type this message, my heart is currently engaged in a battle, and I would like to relay that feeling to you at this very moment. On the one hand, it is really upsetting to consider that one of the most wonderful persons I have ever had the honor of knowing or will ever have the opportunity to know has died away, and that our church has been affected by this tragedy. On the other hand, it is celebrating God since there is now a new defender of the faith in heaven as of today.
This is something to be thankful for. As I sit here and write this article, I would want to admit that my heart is currently torn between two opposing emotions. A man who was so resilient that when we had the opportunity to spend a few priceless moments with him yesterday, he felt the inclination to pray for me and convey some wisdom to me, but he did not once mention the pain that he was in. This demonstrates the man’s level of resiliency. He was a person who possessed an extraordinary robustness. Why you may ask? mostly due to the fact that he was always thinking about the many different ways in which he could help other people.
Brother Joe, we are going to miss you very much, and we are grateful to you for everything. You should not be afraid to put those new legs to work and keep shouting as you make your way through the streets of gold as you make your way through the streets of gold. We are going to keep moving forward while simultaneously paying tribute to the legacy that you have left behind.Reverend Michael Sanderson, Jr.