Kaitlyn Yozviak Death – Dead : Kaitlyn Yozviak Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.
Kaitlyn Yozviak has died, according to a statement posted online on September. 28, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,
This absolutely breaks my heart as most know I’m huge advocate for fostering/adoption. I still will never understand…
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Tomorrow, I will have to do the hardest thing that I’ve ever had to do as a pastor.
My heart has been beating out of my chest since I heard.My stomach is in knots just thinking about it.I’m going to officiate a funeral. For a 12 year old. Who was neglected.No one should ever have to do this.It would be one thing if this was at the hands of cancer, or some other illness, some tragic accident or natural catastrophe.But this could have been avoided.Kaitlyn Yozviak didn’t receive the care she needed, from the ones who should have cared for her the most.Her negligent parents have since been incarcerated, and are awaiting trial.But what about the rest of the family? They’re awaiting justice.But it will never come.No amount of punishment, no matter how severe or long-lasting, will bring Kaitlyn back. No matter what appropriate measures are taken, there will always be an empty seat, where Kaitlyn should have been.No court can hand down an adequate verdict.No penitentiary can ease the pain.No sentence can heal the hurt.Save for one.“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.”In Christ, there is hope.In Christ, there is healing. There’s freedom, even forgiveness.Because the Lord is my shepherd.No one can bring hope out of this heartbreak, except Jesus.Why?Because this shepherd became the sheep.Jesus gave Kaitlyn what she had been deprived of for so long.He gave Himself.Jesus was born into poverty, to two unwed parents, seemingly neglected by His father. As an adult, He was ridiculed and scorned, eventually ending up on trial on some trumped-up charges, and executed unjustly for the sins of the world.Jesus gave Himself. For Kaitlyn. And everyone like her. The weak, the estranged, the neglected. He became as we are, to give us what only He could give.Himself.And, in the end, that’s all we need. Justice will never come this side of eternity, not like we had hoped. People will still do evil things, acting on their evil impulses.Lord knows I have.But there is coming a day, when Jesus will shepherd God’s children into the fold. He will welcome home the homeless, He will care for the fatherless, He will give them, and already has, everything that they need.And so much more.Jesus has come to give life eternal, to set free the captive, and to bring rest to the weary. Finally. And forever.Kaitlyn has entered that rest. She has found in God a Father unlike any she has ever seen. She has found in Jesus a nurture she has never known.She is home.And she is well.Jeremy Luman
Lizella Baptist Church