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- Funeral readings can stem from a wide variety of sources. There are many potential funeral readings from the Bible, such as Psalm 23 ("The Lord is my shepherd...”) Psalm 91 ("He who dwells in the secret place of the most high shall abide in the shadow of the almighty...") and Matthew 28: 5-7. ("You are looking for Jesus, he is not here, he is risen, just as he said...") However, there are many other valuable sources for funeral readings as well.
- No one really knows what the earliest funeral rites look like, but it is known that funeral history dates back at least 300,000 years, to early Neanderthal man, who lived from Iraq to Central Europe. These earliest men would place flowers on the chests of the deceased before burying them in caves. This also gives strong evidence that they believed in an afterlife as well, as noted from discoveries archeologists have made around gravesites
- There is no law that says you cannot view the body at any time you are ready. There is no law that says that funerals, viewings, and burials have to be done the way funeral homes say. There really are no rules as to how funerals must be conducted. You just have to find a funeral home that is able to accommodate your requests. Funeral homes will give you some guidelines to follow, and in most cases this is extremely helpful to the grieving. Sometimes funeral directors will make it seem that it is “law” that the funeral go exactly the way they tell you it must. This is just not true. So don’t be afraid to ask your funeral director to accommodate you and your family’s wishes. It really should be their obligation to accommodate your wishes