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I knew one thing - growing up in a Baptist home you dont play with god On this day this epiphany filled day there was no room for games As I walked up the pitch black stair case from my garage eyes clenched tight fighting back a tsunami of tears desperate to change the chain of events that had played out All I could think about was the things my family and friends kept saying Hes in a better place now It will get better We dont always understand gods plan These things just dont make since to me Frozen in the staircase eyes still clenched I was swept back to my desperate begs and pleads to god to let everything be ok I wasnt ok my seven year old son was dead I remembered being walked to a room in the emergency room the glass was frosted to conceal what was inside My sons body lay on a gurney covered in a white sheet I pulled the sheet back he looked like he was just asleep I picked my baby boy up his body was still warm and smelled of the baby lotion I applied with love and care to his face just a few hours before I then opened my eyes as wide as I could perhaps I thought he would appear in the darkness I wanted one last minute with my baby boy I yearned to see his smile hear his voice or just to touch his face Chase His name quietly rolled off my lips as they quivered uncontrollably I know god would allow me to see him one last time and why not Ive been a believer my whole life and have never asked for anything more than strength courage and the occasional please help me through this I closed my eyes and opened them again My heart dropped when I saw nothing but darkness I
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