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#1 Beth on 2009-08-07 08:26
What Beth do! Thank you so much for putting these lives, these stories out here on the internet for all of us to be so blessed and moved by.

Praying for you and for this sweet little mama and baby.
#2 Kim (Homepage) on 2009-08-07 10:08
Thanks for these posts, from the bottom of my heart they touch me deeply. My 22 yr daughter and I both read them every day, discuss them, and we will be praying together for you and your patients. My 25 yr old son also is on the mission field.
#3 Scott D. Andersen (Homepage) on 2009-08-07 11:56
Oh, how can there only be three comments here. People need to be reading this.

I not only want to love like that, I specifically want to love those two whose mamas ran away. I have had a burden for these children that only increases as time goes on. God has blessed me and my husband with this burden as well as three little's now time for our family to expand in a different way.

Anyway, my loving husband has warned me about too much of this kind of reading right now - my heart breaks for these hurting children, and what can I do? I can pray. I will pray. Thank you for caring for them. Thank you for writing. I will only be able to read a little at a time, or my current little olive plants will wonder why I'm watering them with so many tears, but thank you! We are not looking to adopt infants, and it is unimaginable that one or two more of my children are somewhere, unloved, quite possibly in every sense. It is wonderful to know that some of these children are being loved, even by you specifically.
#4 bean (Homepage) on 2009-08-25 02:44
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