A passage from Hebrews that I hold
close to my heart says this:
“Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith. . .” Hebrews 12: 2.
Another version of scripture calls Him
says, “Looking unto Jesus.” We have to
account of Peter walking on water. It
to notice the chaos of the storm and the
waves that were being driven and tossed
by the wind. He noticed life away from
Jesus! How often do we do that? How of-
begin drowning in our situation with our
with Jesus is that it can;be;fixed.
“He healeth the broken in heart, and
bindeth up their wounds,” Psalm 147: 3.
child and bind up his wounds, He will
beautiful through Jesus Christ. And we
I don’t come to you giving you the
whom have been adopted, that I have
seen the healing power of Jesus Christ.
When you begin to see your child with
you will begin an entirely new journey.
Armed with your shield of faith and the
sword of the spirit, this battle can be won.
each minute, each second, each moment
with;your;eyes;fixed;on;Jesus.;He;will;at-tune your hearts to see, hear, and experi-ence;tender;mercies;that;you;never;knew
our own stony hearts, but the patched up
Sonya has been married to her college
sweetheart, Russell, for 22 years. They have
been blessed with 15 amazing children ( 3
birthed from the womb and 12 birthed
from the heart). Sonya is an adoption
advocate and speaks both on pre and post
adoption issues. You can follow her blog:
www.respondinginfaith.com. She is available for adoption retreats and conferences.
Five Steps to Bring a Child Through Grief
them through the grieving process in order for them to move forward in the healing
heart of the child to bring true healing.
The stages of grief are:
abusive and unhealthy.
and to move forward with his or her life.
•;Your;child’s;cares;are;to;be;cast;upon;God;( 1;Peter;5: 7).
Each day you must suit up with the armor of God.