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Give God praise for how he has brought you through and give himpraise an advance for what he is going to do the preacher said Forthe first time in a long time I was really into the service today Forsome reason I could just really feel the spirit in the room As Ilistened closely to the preacher break into a song I glanced to myright and noticed tears roll down the side of my grandmas face Anyother time I would let her be but this time was different As the timewent on the tears came faster Because I am so emotional seeing her cryhad me crying too Then she began to mumble How can they not let mesee my grandchild She is the only thing I have left of my son Afterhearing those words I was suddenly placed back three years into the roomthat I never wanted to step foot inI remember the day it all happened like it was yesterday It all beganat 550 am October 14 2008 when my household was awaken by the mostdisturbing phone call of our lives It was the call that informed us allthat my only uncle Man was going brain dead The nine-hour drive allthe way to Georgia was the most uncomfortable ride ever in my lifeEvery memory starting with the first steps I took walking through thehospital doors till the time we left is still fresh in my head From howcold the hospital was to the smell of death filling the air I rememberevery detail Sitting in the wait room was not any better from riding inthe car As I sat there I felt useless The want to help was becomingstronger and stronger as the time went by slowly All I could thinkabout was that I wanted this pain to stop for me and for my whole familybut the matters never got better they only got worst After waiting forhours on an update a doctor finally
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