Archive for February, 2011

Captive Thoughts

Where are my words? They dissappear at the tapping of my fingertips on the keys, writing, releasing has been simply a thought rather than a practice lately. I long to escape for just a moment into this quiet place and flood my captive thoughts onto the white, blank screen. They never rest. The constant movement of life has not allowed their escape, my escape… time finds me in a rush, from here to there… from this to that. Breathe. I do. But not for long. I am not complaining, this is the season I am in but it holds my thoughts hostage.

The past 7 months have been a flood of emotions, of revelations, of truth, of lessons and of conviction. I could not if I tried (because I have many times) explain everything that has happened around here in life and in heart… I sit in awe of a powerful, loving, merciful, and completely soveriegn God, we can call Father. God has been working within my heart and the hearts of so many around  me, I have seen His work in so many powerful ways! So many thoughts I can’t wait to share over time… I really am going to share… but now my time is already up as is my son.


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In love he predestined us for adoption as sons through Jesus Christ, according to the purpose of his will to the praise of his glorious grace, with which he has blessed us I the Beloved.

Ephesians 1:4b-6

Nagi Adoptive Parents

It never ceases to amaze me how He listens to our prayers… late on the 29th twins were born into the Nabi (or Naki) tribe, praise God right? Well, not according to their history… as they usually throw the 2nd born away. The Spirit of God worked a miracle with in this situation, through prayers, they have never allowed the 2nd born to live until now. He broke into their hearts and was merciful on the baby girl’s life. Read what happened here, how the power of God overcame years of tradition and fears, how it is considered a miracle among this tribe. And then continue to pray as her little life is still in His hands, it is not certain she will survive but she has parents who have stepped up to love her and take care of her whom she will one day, Lord willing, call mother and father.

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There is an infant baby girl, in the jungles of Indonesia, just days old who is fighting for her life, or who would be if she could. Actually she has no idea what the adults who should be looking our for her, including her own mother are debating on doing. You see she is a twin, the 2nd born and in their history, for unknown reasons to me, when twins are born with in their tribe, the Naki tribe, the 2nd born is quickly disposed of. It seems they “throw it away”, not sure exactly what that means. This is just what they do. It is appalling, yes and unbareable to think of but apart from the truth of the gospl this is the nature of man, isn’t it? It breaks my heart to realize this turmoil is going on across the world right now as I live so comfortably with my salvation and blessed life, I want to run across the green and blue of the earth that seperates me from her and hold this little girl and this mother. I know that all I can do is pray and it is the most powerful thing I can do for it is only by His love and mercy and by the power of the Spirit that can truly intervene in this situtation.

Prayers are needed on behalf of this baby girl, of this tribe. Wisdom and understanding for the missionaries there, wisdom and understanding for the tribe supernaturally and directly into their darkened hearts by the Holy Spirit. Pray for life and truth, that His glory might be revealed through this.


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