Sunday, April 17, 2011

Sunday Praise

Watching this video this morning, I find myself sort of missing the dreadlocks Jay had for the first eight years of our relationship. The first few times I heard this song on the radio, I thought it was David Crowder!

I also wanted to mention that the watercolor I posted yesterday is still available! I was able to press the warpiness out of the paper with an iron and then placing the painting in a big book. I’d happily take $10 in Paypal which would include First Class shipping! Any takers? ((Sold!!))

Lastly, I wanted to show this video I first saw a couple of weeks ago.

Just to warn you, I needed a fist full of tissues to make it through this one. The despair of poverty brings more problems into the home than just the lack of things and money.



heatherinin said...

Thanks for sharing the Jason Castro video, I love his voice. And I will take the watercolor, if it's still available. Email me or FB message to tell me where to pay.

Teena said...

wow this is so power... made me cry. wow. so sad. Compassion is so powerful and changes lives. I have seen how first hand this week...

May God continue to equip you to share with us.

Praying for you as you miss your birthday girl.

much love,

Christine said...

Wow, what a video. So much pain and yet a place they can go for peace. I hope this little boy's life will change for the better. Very touching.

faithlikemustard said...

I've seen that Compassion video. I watched it before I became a sponsor. I was all snotty and blubbery by the end.

Junie said...

The video of little Emmanuel and his family is so very sad. I wonder how he, his siblings and his mom are doing now. One of our sponsored kids told us in a letter that his father beat him and his family. My heart broke. He told us that he loved his father and asked us to pray for his salvation. He hasn't talked about his dad again. I pray that Dennis (our sponsored child in Kenya) and his family are not getting beat any more. When talking to a Compassion representative on the phone once, she told me that the children being abused is more common than we would like to think.

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