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The Rain's Purpose

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Hey Family and Friends,
  It's just another day in my fabulous hood.  Today it is raining and You know how I don't really do that rain. The rain often times makes me feel blah and depressed and makes me wanna just sleep all day.  It seems as if my parade has been rained on.
  The bright side to this is that no matter how much it rains, the rain is there for a reason.  The rain comes to make things grow.  So it is with trials. James 1:2-3 states that we should count it all joy when rain or trials come because we know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance.  Whenever trials come they come to build character and to strengthen our faith in God and ourselves.
  Have you ever found your self in a rainy place and felt like it couldn't get any better, but you decided to press on and make the best of it.  Sometimes we must look at the brighter side of things.  We are surviving the rain and the storm. Why? Because God is with us.  He said he would never leave us nor…

They Will Love Your Absence

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I've learned that when people just walk away without cause, it happens for a reason. Sometimes in life, we have to allow people to miss us in order to appreciate, the love or the value that we had in their life. Check out a recent video from the Bradley Show Below


Me and HIV

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It's a Monday and as usual, this week has started off well.  I dare not complain.  Over the last couple weeks, I've been getting acclimated to my new living environment.  Things are much better than when I was living with dear old uncle. I've finally gotten the liberty that I needed.   I'm finally free to be who I am.  I admit that I have been slack because so much has gone on in the last few months. For starters, in November, I found out that I am HIV Positive. As many of you know HIV is the virus in which your immune system has been compromised. If not treated it could possibly lead to AIDS.   I went in for routine testing right after the Thanksgiving Holidays.  I will never forget that day.  The tester/counselor that I'll call Mrs. Lady and I were laughing and talking but we were serious when it came to the testing procedure.  Of course I went in for the Mouth Swab.  GO figures, I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, so you know it is some what primitive.