Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Fighting For Finley

Do you believe in miracles?  The dictionary defines a miracle as a surprising event that is not explicable by nature or scientific laws, and is considered to be divine.
Well I believe in miracles.  They happen everyday all around the world.  I believe that our God is an AWESOME God and that he has a purpose for everything that happens in our life.
I need all of those prayer warriors out there to join me in praying for a sweet family that I know.
The Oblander family.

 Since shortly after her birth she has been in a medically induced coma.
Yesterday they received some heart breaking news.
Finley’s EEG results came in and they showed that her brain was flat.  The doctors have given her a one in a million chance of surviving.
Guys please join me in praying for this sweet baby girl and her family. 
our God is a God of miracles, and I believe this little girl is a true miracle.
Please visit their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/FightingForFinley
‘Do not fear, for I am with you; Do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, Surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.’
Isaiah 41:10
This is the latest from their Facebook page:
“Tonight was Finley’s one week birthday! She’s made it this far and our little world changer is hanging on. God has not yet healed our baby girl, but we continue to press on and praise Him for such a blessing as Finley. Never before has my world been changed so drastically and so quickly. 
We don’t know whether The Lord will take our baby home to be with Him or heal her body, but either way, we will continue to praise Him. Our blessings are beyond number and our God is loving, our God faithful, and our God is able.

The last week has been, beyond doubt, the most painful, difficult week of our lives. And yet, the last week has been, beyond doubt, the most incredible, awesome week of our lives. One week ago, this little girl came charging into our lives and started changing our worlds before we ever even met her.

You might think a baby girl, born in a coma, completely limp and unresponsive couldn’t have much impact on the world, but there’s something special about her. After a week of watching people see her for the first time, and especially watching those who see her on a continual basis, it has become quite evident that Finley affects people in a supernatural way. It’s like she shows them hope, despite her own dismal circumstance. She shows them joy, despite her parents’ sorrow. She shows them life, despite her one in a million chance at survival.

Our little Finley is a world changer, and we would not trade the last week for anything.”
Will you join me in praying for Finley?
Prayers have already started to be answered as this update was given on the families Facebook page two days ago:
I believe in the power of prayer and this family needs our help!
Keep praying fellow bloggers!

1 comment:

  1. I continue to pray for that special baby and family.


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