Sunday, 6 April 2008

Matandiko's coffin

Some SDA youths in Zambia lowering flags over the coffin of Cornelius Matandiko during a funeral service.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting some pictures of Dr. Matandiko's funeral. It allowed those of us unable to attend to have a glimpse of the funeral event. Once again, our condolences to the family.
Victor & Lynne (UK).

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Anonymous said...

thank you so much for these pictures they helped me morn since am not in zambia.that was a great man who will be greatly missed by alot of deapest condolences to aunt P and the girls,God will take care of you.

Anonymous said...

Thankyou so much for the pictures. it was a great help now we can have some kind of closure even though i know this will be not an easy road. we will greatly miss him.
The niece -USA-

Anonymous said...

My heart bleeds for this loss. God had allowed this to happen. Dr Matandiko's chapter is closed. His words will remain echoeing, for those of us who are still alive, our decisions still remain, either for eternal life or eternal distruction. Before our probation closes what is our stand? Dr Matandiko was our officiating pastor at my wife and I wedding in 1998. We will meet at the resurection morning. Rest in peace. I will be grateful to receive some more pictures since I am in the diaspora and missed the funeral. Condolences to the bereaved family, Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Zambia and abroad, and the Zambian fraternity.


Harry said...

Good People live short lives but their good works follow them.

Cornelius is no more yet his vibrant voice like that of John the Baptist achoes across many lands breaking the barriers that seperate us.

Till the resurrection morning, all one can say is, He has run his race and he awaits his crown on the Lord's day.

Anonymous said...

Praise God for the pictures that you posted on the net. The pain is still there. The memories will linger - such good memories of a man of God - who preached Nothing But the Truth. May we be ready to meet our maker when our turn comes so that we can meet Ba Pastor again. May you sleep in peace.

sonikile said...

thank you so much for making an effort to do this.
these are really good poeple and more than ever this family needs our prayers.
please lets pray for the wife and daughters. its amaizing what prayer can do even for those far away.
keep them in mind.

Terry Him said...

Thanks for the Pictures.
The Leader will be missed.
Be Blest as you serve.
Terry Him.

Anonymous said...

Richard please mail me all the pics you got. I cant see Dr Matandiko's wife Patience in any of the pics. My email address is, thanks for the good work.