Sympathy Verses and Cards

Sometimes it can be hard finding the right things to say, and MyEbit is here to help with our free collection of editable sympathy verses to help you find the right words. Browse our wide variety of sympathy verses which can also be printed as standard 4 x 5 inch cards or downloaded and emailed as a jpg file. Below is a small sampling from each category.

For Family

  • As a child, you were my strength.
    As a child, you were my comfort.
    In my youth, you were my wisdom.
    In my youth, you were my guide.
    In your sorrow, let me be strength,
    And let me comfort. Let me guide.
    In your sorrow, let me be wisdom,
    And let me love. Let me cry.
    Take now the heartache from your mind,
    And let me help the burden lessen.

For Friends

  • Adorned with harrowing grief,
    Words fail capturing your light.
    To know a soul, so brilliant,
    A vivid, dazzling creature,
    Always piercing through the night.
    To know a heart, so cheerful,
    An unimaginable hope.
    To know you as you loved us,
    Is to know no truer friend.

Religious

  • The time has come for God to call your loved one home.
    Holy is His name, He shall guard and keep them in His embrace.
    Take comfort in knowing we have nothing but love,
    Condolences, and our ever-open arms for you in this hard time.
    God’s love conquers all things. God’s grace will guide you.

Admiration

  • I’ve known your glaring hope all of my life, yet I’ve never met you.
    You’ve touched my heart with a talent immeasurable, yet you’ve never known.
    Your virtuosity, kindness, and inspiration have changed the lives of millions.
    Yet you were never aware of how loved and admired you were by me.
    Rest in peace, your memory will live on forever through your incredible works.

Miscellaneous 

  • Folding delicate memorials in shaking weary hands,
    The cry, forcefully held in tired lungs, grieves the body.
    Now, as the ground closes the sun from your body,
    The shots ring out, all knowing in their measure.
    You served us all, our country, our freedoms,
    You sacrificed everything for beliefs united in faith.
    Thank you. We miss you. We honor you. We love you.