Everybody's already expressed my sentiments and I don't want to be another skip of the broken record about the failure of words in a moment like this. Just rest in the Word that's never failed you or him, knowing that His covenant He will not break nor alter the thing that's gone out of His mouth according to the Psalms. Count it all joy and count it as a seed towards victorious ministry knowing that this was as much an attack of the enemy upon you and Tentmaker as it was upon Scott.
We're not ignorant of the Enemy's devises and Devil's not gaining an inch of ground with this ministry or our lives with inordinate grief. Grief is a part of the Scriptures where times of grieving this kind of loss were prescribed, and that always must be balanced with "Himself took our griefs and carried our sorrows" 'cause as someone previously said, this is a parent's worst nightmare, or one of them.
The closeness to the holidays and that touching upon a life time of memories only seems to add to the salt that's gone in the wound. But He's faithful and obviously this is a wakeup call that we're never going to allow Devil to get this close again with stealing, killing, and destroying. Those who dwell in the secret place of the Most High call upon Him and He answers them, He's with us in these times to honor us according to Psalm 91, and the generation of the upright is blessed according to Psalm 112. In Christian circles we've been blessed as few have been to know Him as Psalm 103 talks about where we know His ways, and His thoughts towards us are thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give us a future and a hope according to Jeremiah 29:11.
Goodness and mercy have unquestionably overtaken Scott and He's prepared a table before us in the presence of this grief. He will rise from the dead. Lord Jesus said that if we believed, we'd see the glory of God. Scott died in faith, and God's prepared something wonderful for your family that he without you cannot be made perfect 'cause Lord Jesus is the author and finisher of our faith and He's Lord of both the living and the dead. Though with long life He'll satisfy you, you'll see your desire upon your enemies. When all things are made subject to Him, then will the Son likewise be subject to the Father so that God will be all in all.
A way of reading that, [that I've not yet seen in the Church Fathers about it, and I've not seen any other authors bring this up whether ancient or modern]: is that as long as death isn't yet under our feet, to that degree 1Corinthians 15 is saying that we're not yet subject to the Father 'cause He didn't make Covenant with us in the Blood of His own Son for us to be bound by Pharoah. As heart and memories are challenging Death [as though he were Pharoah] for the rest of the future until..., just realize [cleave to the hope that] the day has to come when Death is drowned in the Red Sea of the Blood of Lord Jesus and you'll hug him and hold him once again one of these days.