A prayerful update.

Today’s church lesson was meant for us, and the lady who gave it was too.  Then a call from one very comforting Delta flight attendant has brought me some hope.  God is paving the way with little miracles.  But, is He just comforting me so that I might be able to shoulder what is to come?  Or, is He setting the stage for the biggest miracle of all?  I don’t know.

Meeting at 10am tomorrow.  We’re fasting and praying.  I have been housed, comforted and loved by a church that originally wasn’t mine.  I’m there now.  Miracles have happened here, and only through this church and the sweet people that have comforted me as I walk through one of the darkest roads of my life.  Thank you.  

who is afraid to hope.

6 thoughts on “A prayerful update.

  1. (sorry, found a typo and had to fix it before it bugged me)We love you, Sista Becky. :)NEVER be afraid to hope. Because of Christ, there is _always_ hope; you never have to worry that He will let you down. The outcome may not be the way we picture it (sometimes worse, but sometimes BETTER), but He and our Father will always provide a way for beauty to come from the ashes. His ways are not our ways, His thoughts are not our thoughts.He who sees the end from the beginning can create diamonds from coal, butterflies from caterpillars; I know He has given and will continue to give your life the same kind of transformative power – even through the same kind of pressure that changes coal to diamonds and the utter disappearance and stillness needed to bring forth the monarch from its chrysalis.I know that just because we pray doesn’t mean that He will give us the miracle we pray for….but it doesn’t mean He won’t, either. :)Waxing poetic…must be hungry. ;)*HUGS* from the Midwest.

  2. I love you Sista Becky. I thought about you and prayed for you three all day today and yesterday….actually every day. I am so happy you are feeling the love and prayers from here and there and witnessing the miracles that occur through prayer. You are amazing ( all three of you) and God knows your hearts and desires. Righteousness always conquers evil.I’m praying for the meeting to go well tomorrow. Love ya….I’ll drink a coke for you. Shelley

  3. You can always Hope, you can always have Faith. God loves us, even when we are stuck in Ghana thinking that we’ll have to come home alone. Even when we want to rage and scream and cry out that it is all unfair. Even when we want to turn our backs on Him because we feel like we’ve been abandoned. He is ALWAYS with us, if we will but seek Him out. He loves you, whether you are a member of our church or a thousand others. And WE love you too. Prayer is a mighty force, and it is coming from every corner of the world today, for all of you. We’ll be sitting beside you in that meeting tomorrow, and our arms and our Lord’s will be around you at the end.

  4. Miracles happened every.single.day during my adoption of Lil. It’s been 11 years, time for some reform and time to stand strong. Heavenly Father knew he could count on the three of you to do it. Your miracles every.single.day are for every child in Ghana, adopted or not.Love you girls!!!

  5. This brought tears to my eyes. I’m so happy that you have found the love and support you so desperately needed. I know that Heavenly Father watches over orphans, and that no matter what happens, the best thing for them will happen. I hope and pray that is with your family (and soon!). You have been made an amazing instrument in His hands, to fight and pray and love them. You are amazing; you can keep going! The one thing you must never give up on or be afraid to do is hope! This is a really great talk:http://www.lds.org/ldsorg/v/index.jsp?locale=0&sourceId=6c3a9209df38b010VgnVCM1000004d82620a____&vgnextoid=2354fccf2b7db010VgnVCM1000004d82620aRCRDLove and prayers from CA,Colleen

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