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God’s Miracles

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This is my testimony. I am 17 years old. I just had to share this because my God has done so much for me and it’s too much to just keep quiet about it. Continue reading God’s Miracles

Trying to keep it simple

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Not everybody who experiments with drugs becomes an addict. Some of my friends have abruptly quit heroin, without completely bottoming-out. Although, I am happy for them, their experience has never motivated me to quit; in fact, it did the opposite. It merely boosted my ego, convincing me that if they could quit, I could quit too, and I would some other day.

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THIS WAS MEANT TO BE

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She was an outcast a whore in their eyes
She lived a life of misery and her tears she did hide
She wonder the streets looking for love
If only she knew the love from above

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My First Christmas Without My Brother

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Hi my name is Dara, I am a “Newbie”, I found this website when I was searching author forums & Advice on getting something I have worked on for a long time, that means a great deal to me personally published for charity purposes. I started a Tumblr blog in September after losing my 18-year-old younger brother Casey to a heroin overdose this past August. Continue reading My First Christmas Without My Brother

Immediate Prayer Needed

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Monday, April 15, the day Justin and I had been anxiously awaiting was finally here. This day we would find out if we were having Anna Katherine or William Franklin. It did not take long before the ultrasound tech told us, “It’s a Boy!” Through our excitement Justin and I did not realize that the ultrasound was taking longer than it should. The tech eventually told us that she could not get a good measurement of William’s heart. My doctor told us not to be concerned until we get a better image. At this point we were referred to Dr. Gonzalez, a prenatal diagnostician, at Brookwood in Birmingham.  

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