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(Atlanta, Georgia)
Tammy, you truly are an inspiration to all. I hated how you were talked about years ago by Christians and the world alike. I didn't even know you or who you were but I just thought it was plain wrong. When I first married I watched you and Jim Bullock together and love watching you. I found out some of what you went through and I was so impressed at your character. I hope that I can live my life with the courage to speak the truth and the grace to live it out, just as you have. You are one of my hero's. I never knew you but I feel as if I had. I will truly miss your spunk, tenacity, and your lovingness. When I saw you on Larry King you were still beautiful inside and out.
To Roe I am so sorry that your lady is gone from your physical side. May God bless you and keep you.
To Jay and Sissy I am so sorry that you have lost your mother.
Tammy I am so sad that you are gone but I am greatful that you are no longer in pain and that you are with the Lord. I asked you once in an email if you would pray for my child that is a teenager who is disabled. I know you did and I also know that you are going to the Father again on our behalf. Thank you.
I love you Tammy and will never forget you. I look forward to meeting you in heaven.
Ti m Alwran
(Charlotte, NC)
She demonstrated better than any evangelist anywhere the true and unconditional meaning of Christian love. She showed the world how to live as a TRUE Christian. All people and Christians everywhere can take a lesson from this lady who showed grace and style throughout the amazing battles she faced.Through it all, she always showed compassion and a never ending ability to love ALL people regardless of who or what they were. Blessings to her family. She will be missed.
(Melrose, MA)
God bless Tammy, I hope she is now at peace! My mom got diagnosed with Colon Cancer last year, she had has surgery and is now going thru chemo - we are hopeful and reading Tammy's story is very touching.
Brave, Honest and Unmistakably Human! Thank you Tammy and Rest in Peace!
(Grass Valley, CA)
Tammy: I was deeply saddened today when I read then ews of your passing - though I know that you are now in a much better place and no longer in the kind of physical pain which must have been so very hard to bear, and yet you were graceful to the end... always the epitome of class, elegance and GRACE. I am especially sorry because only last week I had planned on writing you to WISH YOU WELL, and then my life became busy with other, seemingly more important things to do. And so I missed the chance to tell you just how grateful I am - as a gay man living with HIV, Hepatitis C and cancer and as a Christian as well - for all the gifts you gave to the gay and Christian communities by accepting your gay brothers & sisters as loving, equal human beings, therein showing others (particularly other Christians) that WE ARE ALL GOD'S CHILDREN! Praise the Lord, Tammy! I am so sad today, but I LOVE YOU and know that I will someday meet you in the Kingdom of the Almighty!
(San Antonio, Texas)
God bless Tammy Faye...I know I will meet you personally some day, and I can't wait. What an inspiration you were to us all. I am still working here on Earth, but I will be there soon. I can't wait to meet you...say hello to Vicki for me.

Alex Kline-Sanada
(San Rafael, CA)
Tammy Faye was loved by million's of people around the world. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friend's.
(Toronto, Canada)
You marched on with a brave face and a positive attitude and didn't let the critics get you down - may you rest in peace and bask in God's glory.
(Denver, CO)
The greatest tribute, I believe, that can be given someone after their homecoming is to say that they lived their life as Christ commanded. That can certainly be said of Tammy Faye. I believe she had the purest heart of any modern day evangelist. I've no doubt she is rejoicing in heaven with her Lord. My deepest sympathy to the family and close friends of Tammy Faye. Thank you for sharing her with us.
jamie,lilly,grant,lisa naftel
(Indy, Indianapolis)
you are not gone.....i know this. just looking down on all of us. i am so proud of you as a person. Tammy sue and jamie.i know you are hurting,but your Mom helped to make my life better,just by being Tammy Faye.much love to all,the naftel family
( Winnipeg Canada )
I have so much respect for the life of this dear lady. I will always remember her ability not to take herself too seriously. She was and is an inspiration. Heaven must be a brighter place these days - I can hear the laughter now. I will miss her but I find comfort in knowing that her physical pain is over. How great it would be if she could call into Larry King next week and tell him how wonderful Heaven is. God bless and rest well.
(St. Louis, MO)
RIP Tammy. Your smile will light up the heavens. A truly beautiful lady inside and out. God Bless to your family.
John Michael Jones
(Indianapolis, Indiana)
"To be absent in the body, is to be present with the Lord!""Well done good and faithful servant!" We love you, Tammy. You and your ministry will be missed. We were really blessed to have you as a part of our lives. I will look forward to meeting you and we will sing together someday!!!
(Ashland, Kentucky)
Love you honey. God bless your sweet heart.
Vin Smith
(Yreka, CA)
The world has suffered a great loss. When Tammy Faye sang "The World Didn't Give it to Me, and the World can't Take it Away" I knew that had to be one of my personal themes. You were truly an inspiration, Tammy Faye.
(Colorado Springs, CO)
Tammy, you had such an incredible gift to love the sinner and hate the sin. I know you're in Heaven today praising Jesus. I'll see you one day on the "other side". Amen!
You had the voice of an angel when you sang and your laugh---oh that laugh! We would recognize it anywhere. Many prayers have been offered om your behalf and they have been answered---maybe not in the way we had hoped--but still our God answers prayers in His time and His way and we are not to question it. We will remember you as one of a kind. A God-fearing Christian lady as well as a beautiful wife, loving mother, and devoted grandmother. I met you once in K Mart in Charlotte and you were so gracious as you were told of my aunt who was dying of bone cancer. She was a devoted former member of PTL and loved you so much. Rest for a while and then let the angels hear you sing as you shout praises to your Lord. Missing you.
(Petaluma, CA)
To Tammy's family - I am so sorry for your loss. The loss of a loved one is so difficult. I hope there is a bit of comfort knowing so many people loved Tammy.
Eric Matteson
(San Francisco)
You were a remarkable woman Tammy. Never have i seen such bravery in the face of death. Be well in heaven dear lady.
(Angleton, Tx)
We'll miss you Tammy - until we see you again. God Bless you and your family.
(Monroe, NY)
Thank you! You are truly one of God's great creations. My prayers are with you and your family. May they be comforted in knowing I'm another person whom you have brought closer to our Lord. God bless you.
(alexandria, Ky)
tammy was a rare breed, she defined to a generation what love in the lord can bring. Her line, I had a dead person on my back for a long time and i had to let god tell me to let it go, to live my life. That really inspired me. She lived each day, even in her darkest hour, in the wisdom and love of God. Tammy was a mother to all, and when I get to heaven, I will look for the angel with the longest eye lashes.
(Independence, MO)
Tammy Faye was such an inspiration to so many people. She taught us that Christ loves everyone and so should we. I have no doubt she is with Christ now.
Judy Turley
(Prescott, AZ)
I remember the first time I saw Tammy on TV - I was about 11 or 12 at the time and I thought - wow ... look at her go. She's a Christian with makeup and personality and spunk. I wondered if I could grow up to be a Christian with personality and spunk. (I wasn not into the makeup part so much. When she sang - it was amazing - when she cried - I moved closer to the TV to see if it was real - I believed her to be genuine and I remembered. As I young adult I remember the walls coming down. I remember being ashamed of the responses that were given from other churches and religious authorities. She was genuine and I remembered ... Years later Tammy married and her children were growing up - each finding their own way - I found the son the most entertaining. And her children were genuine and I remembered. In 2004 I watch a show called Surreal Life - Tammy was kind and compassionate and still a fireball for her beliefs ... she was genuine and I remembered. I know I have fallen short many times in my life. I have learned from Tammy "when we fall down , we get up" I have learned that faith in God comes in all shapes and sizes and it is faith in God that sustains - no man or religion could give to Tammy the strength she displayed in her last days. I hope when my time comes that others will find me, my faith and my life genuine and will remember. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
You were so courages! I send loving thoughts to all of your family.
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