It is always a matter of deep concern to God when any of his servant dies, but such day has been appointed and must surely come. No one is ready for the death of a loved one, this makes us to ask questions of God. It should only serve as a reminder that we ought to devote ourself to his service, after all he is the God of our salvation, and when that day so come, he will redeem our soul from death and welcome us into the realms of eternal glory, only then can death’s sting be immaterial, because we would not have died in vain. The bible reminds us in Mathew 16:26, “what benefit will it profit a man if he gains the world and loose his soul”. So death must occur at some point to remove someone from this sinful world, a redeemed child of God to glory, where there is then an addition of one more to the happy hosts above, it is a new triumph of the work of redemption, this is why the Psalmist in Psalm 116:15 declares, “precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his faithful servants”. While it may be a painful experience for us, it is hope for the dead, a hope of resurrection, so God may not save your loved one from death because he’s bringing them over to him, he will most certainly save them from staying dead, Jesus is the resurrection and the life, hallelujah!!!