Whose report will you believe?

Hebrews 11:6 But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.

You may recall a few months ago we sent out an unspoken prayer request on behalf of the ministry without giving any details. At the time, among many other things going on, we went in for an ultrasound and the doctor told us that he wasn’t able to see a nose bone. He went on to say that this was a likely indication that the baby had Downs Syndrome and strongly suggested we get some tests done. When Rivka politely told him that we wouldn’t need any tests and that even if the baby did have Downs, he is a gift from God and there was no way we would abort him, the doctor was taken aback. He insisted that we would be causing an injustice to allow a baby to be born with a defect such as this. And believe it or not, two other doctors agreed.

This was clearly an attack of the enemy on our little one’s life…. and we can only imagine why. His full name is Obadiah Ahmi (Servant of God to My Nation), a name the Lord gave us for this child before we even knew he was a boy. He has a high a calling to serve Israel and his God.

Baby Obi was born on October 15th, a week late, perfectly healthly — truly a gift from God!

Our God loves to confound the wisdom of this world with His great power. Let’s be sure that the decisions we make today are made with the assurance of faith in a God who loves us and wants to do awesome things in our midst!

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8 thoughts on “Whose report will you believe?”

  1. I chose to have an in-depth ultrasound rather than amniocentesis when a blood test came back showing my daughter had a very high likelihood (1 in 8) for Down’s Syndrome. All the indicators in the test were that she was perfectly fine. I was past 20 weeks (when there was still a time limit for abortion) so the ultrasound doctor asked what I would if the baby had Down’s. The look on her face when I told her that I would learn everything I could so I could be the best mom possible was priceless! She actually got teary eyed and said thank you. I suppose that wasn’t what she was used to. After an emergence ceasarean, my obgyn tole me how grateful she was I said no to the amnio. Due to the shape of my uterus she said there was no way I wouldn’t have miscarried (I had miscarried before). God is amazing; my daughter is 17 now, loves Jesus, and is a joyful servant of God!

  2. Mercy. Lord Yeshua send winged warriors of vengeance for those of us doing this hazardous work. Surround and Protect us, host of heaven so we may go on the offensive and finish this.

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