I have been compelled to PRAY, as of recent, for the seemingly hopeless. Those who have been, from the world’s view, deemed a lost hope or cause. Today, my prayers fell to a toddler, whose loving, Christian parents, have taken her home… on Hospice. I know that the Lord’s will, His plan, His good purpose, is above all others, but I still cry… for this baby.
Can WE PRAY, please?
What about the greater things we will do, because Jesus is with us? I say “us”, but now I say who is with me in this? Why do I have to ask you twice… to go marching? And why did I get, as if there are two sides… “We all have to die and be buried. If she [the toddler] is meant to die now, her parents know it’s God’s will.”
What do I say to these things? My God, help me understand. I cannot wrap my head around this logic. It is a foreign concept to me. If I call myself Christian, a disciple for Jesus, how can I not believe in a divine intervention? How can I sit back and wait for bad news, as if I have no part in it?
I believe in Your Will, not mine Lord. I believe ‘that You God, cause all things to work together for good, to those who love you, those called according to Your purpose.’ I believe in the ‘United Kingdom of God’… where all things are possible. I believe by the measure of faith, the Lord blesses. I believe ‘that whatever one asks in prayer, believing, one will receive’. I believe that with a faith the size of a mustard seed> mountains will move, the mouths of lions will shut, and the seemingly hopeless… have hope in Jesus.
My God, my God… what do I make of all these things?
As King David fasted, prayed, and wept, prior to the death of his infant son… that perhaps the Lord would ‘be gracious’ to him… should we not do the same? To pray in unity, with a united voice… for the one? While the child is with us?!
Are we to pick our battles, our prayers, our blessings, as if the Lord our God, is a God of limitations? Say it’s not so! Our God is Greater. Our God is Stronger. Our God is Higher than any other. Our God is HEALER, awesome in POWER… Our GOD!
As for me and my House… WE PRAY
To the one who spoke… “We all have to die and be buried. If she [the toddler] is meant to die now, her parents know it’s God’s will”, I say…
“Would we be having this conversation, if … this was your ‘beloved’ child?”
PS>>> I want to THANK all those who stand with me in this fight for unity. The Lord has put those whose hearts bleed like mine for HIM, in my path… and I am blessed!