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August 28, 2013
Mrs. Stroble, my sister, I once heard the one of my mentors, the late Rev. Dr. W.L. Wilson share a story about "seasonal things". The object of his story was the rose and according to him the rose start out as a bud in the spring and during the warmth of the summer, blossoms into one of natures wonders because of its incredible beauty and fragrance. The rose, beautiful as it is when it is in full bloom will loose it's petals as fall approaches and with the approach of winter all of it's beauty fades and it dies in the winter. However long the cold months last the rose folds up and it appears all life is gone. But with the first glint of spring, this same rose that appeared to be dead buds once again and becomes a beautiful flower. Our Brother is going thru "his" winter now, when God's "great gettin up morning comes (spring)" our Brother will once again began to blossom, however, this time he will be at home with the Master Gardner Himself, Jesus the Christ! Be blessed and be strong! Love you all.
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