Saturday, October 06, 2007

Just Thinking

Thanks again to everyone who has been praying for Munkhush and Tsatsral. Right now, It's hard to think about their future. Especially Munkhush's. I pray his mommy can do right by him and take advantage of the help we are offering her. Early on in ministry, I learned that when helping someone, it's generally a good idea not to "expect" any change on the person's part. If they change, great, if not, maybe it just wasn't meant to be. But in Tsatsral's case, I do hope to see her change, for Munkhush's sake.

Hetee and I talked to her about Jesus and about how the road she's been going down has lead her away from Him. We told her that she has to change her friends and lifestyle in order to give herself and baby the best future possible.

Right now she agrees with everything we say. But we've seen people go back on their word and stab us in the back so many times now, that to second guess has become second nature.

Please continue to pray that Tsatsral accept Jesus into her heart and MEAN IT. That she will be the mother Munkhush needs, no matter how difficult it gets, she won't give up on him.

Sometimes the thought of his life and future makes me cry. I wish it were his future tears I was crying. I know he will suffer and lack things. My husband assures me that God loves Munkhush more than we do and that He, as his heavenly Father, will care for him.

Why is the burden so heavy today? Jesus, help me to cast my cares on you.


Twila G. said...

Psalm 68:19 Praise be to the Lord, to God our Savior who daily bears our burdens.

Galatians 6:2 Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.

I pray today that God will allow me to help "carry" your burden for Tsatsral and Munkhush so that it will not be so heavy. I will be interceding for this little family and for your family as well.

~ Amanda ~ said...

i pray for you every time you come to mind - and believe me it is several times a day. i am very serious when i say that my place is open to you anytime you need it.