As the scripture says, "Anyone who trusts in him will never be put to shame." For there is no difference between Jew and Gentile-----the same Lord is Lord of all and richly blesses all who call on him.
Today I was blessed with the opportunity to attend a baby shower
for one of the girls
who came through the Rescue Mission we ran for many years.
Michelle came to the mission directly from jail.
She came in filled with anger, distrust and addiction.
After spending many months with us Michelle changed.
She put her trust in the Lord and was blessed.....
blessed with peace...
A Hope for the future........
restoration of family......
and with Baby Hope.
Michelle had Allie (the sweet little blond in the pic above) when she came to the mission.
Due to drugs she was not the Mother she needed to be.
That changed when she found Jesus.
Michelle was also told the odds of her having anymore children
was very little.
But the Lord is Lord of all and richly blesses those who call upon him........
and now there is Hope....
Allie"s new baby sister.
I was also blessed to see a few more of the girls who went through the mission and
their new little ones too.
God is good.
He does change lives!
Loretta and Landon.
Loretta came in addicted to Meth.
Now she is in College and a new Mother.
This is Samara.
Isn't she beautiful.
Her mother came in to the mission addicted to alcohol.
Her Mother admitted to me today that she still struggled with her addiction.
She knew it was wrong but the desires were still there.
Please pray for her with me.
Her name is Tanya.
Yes, these are just a few of the blessings in my life.
The Lord is indeed Lord of all!
He has truly blessed my life!
Update on Amy:
Prayers are being answered.
Amy is on the mend.
Her lungs are improving and Carolyn told me on Friday evening
they hope to have Amy out of ICU in two weeks
and into Rehab.
She was still heavily sedated.
Allowing her lungs more time to improve.
Another true blessing from the Lord!
There is Power in Prayer!