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Pray for baby Kara Faith


I have a wonderful mommy friend who I met about 5 years ago on the MOMYS group. It was actually pretty cool because she happened to live just 20 minutes away. We both had just had our 5th babies....both boys. We knew we had to meet.

Fast forward 5 years and Nancy now has 5 boys and 3 girls (the third little girl being knit right now in her momma's womb) and her name is Kara Faith.

Kara Faith was diagnosed with a condition called Holoprosencephaly (HPE). This condition affects the development of the brain. If you want to know a bit more on this sweet baby please visit her blog. It is Sweet Kara Faith. You can also visit Nancy's blog at Mom Just Like You

I, as a friend have committed to praying for Nancy and her sweet baby by going over to their home and laying hands on her belly and declaring the Word of God and healing over this precious gift. I will go and lay hands on her belly a few days before she has ultrasounds (she is to have one each month) I felt that the only way to truly show the Love of God for my sister in need is to cover her baby in prayer and the sweet words of Jesus. Plus, I am led by the Lord to do this. So in obedience, we are standing in Faith and believing this baby is going to touched by the hand of the Lord each and everyday. Yes, we are believing for the miracle!!

I ask you to lift Nancy and her baby Kara in prayer daily. Pray her brain will develop. Pray that she will live a long life. Pray she will have eyes to see and ears to hear. Pray she will not need much medical attention when she is born. Pray for the miracle. Nancy is in good spirits because she knows the Lord. She is trusting in Him to lead her into everything she needs to do for this baby---this meaning doctors who will meet the need of her child.

Thank you guys for always being faithful and praying.

Blessings,

Chris

Comments

Yes! I will pray! In Jesus Mighty NAME! You are a good friend and true disciple of Jesus!
Unknown said…
Oh, WOW, Chris! I so appreciate your thoughtfulness to share Kara with your friends. I am so thankful we can approach the Throne of Grace with prayer. And thankful for a dear friend like you!
j said…
Oh yes we shall pray. You are a good friend and will pray for that mothers heart as well. Ican imagine how hard it would be.....

Jessica

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