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  1. Jasmine,
    I feel your heart. Last year I went to a conference. I’m not really into women’s conference, but I felt like this one was important. I had a children’s ministry that had to stop from lack of volunteers, and it was very heartbreaking for me. I felt incomplete without some sort of ministry, and asked The Lord to give a me a focus of some ministry He had for me. At my table was a women who has been working for three years towards her foundation she started called Potter’s Hands, that hopes to build a home for trafficked girls and boys. I knew as soon as she started to speak that that was it. That was about 9 months ago. I became a “Rahab rebel” (don’t you love the name) which is someone who works to raise funds and promotion for the future home. Well, I suck at fundraising, and don’t really know many people. I tried just selling bake goods {bake goods come on!} and it was just not working. I was really discouraged. I went to the meetings but could offer nothing. Then they started a prayer group. That is all I do know. I pray. We met today actually. It is all I can offer right now in my life. This runs so deep and dark it needs intense intercessory prayer. Remember when Jesus’s disciples could not cast out the demon? So keep praying! it is the needed work to get to the root. The American church is very, very busy and profitable but has little true lasting fruit. Why do you think that is? Lack of prayer.
    God bless
    and
    Cheers,
    Leah

    1. Thanks so much for sharing, Leah. You are right…intercessory prayer needed….I have literally felt, while praying deeply about this, something I can only equate with a pushing contraction. Evil never rests but neither does our God, and He is in every place where this mess is. Keep praying, and alert others too if it’s on your heart. Talk soon, love from Holland,
      Jasmine

  2. Thank you for sharing your insight and heart in this testimony of faithfulness to what the Lord was speaking into your heart to do…for the sake of ONE it is all worth it. If I were the one, I pray someone would find me worth fighting for 🙂

    1. Thanks Sarah for sharing with me. And You were the One worth fighting for—I have this idea that to God we are all His One and Only’s. And that verse keeps coming to me….the love of Christ compels…if one died, then all die.
      Love from Holland,
      Jasmine

  3. OMG!!!
    I am scered to read more!!!
    This is really against what is in the holy Bible!
    I hope God will stand in Your way like for Paul and He will use You to do real things to HIM.
    Bless You

    1. Hi Kasia,
      What is it that you thought was against the Bible? And thanks for your encouragement. I have definately had a Damascas moment…God showed me how religious I was and how Free He wants me to be. God’s Freedom is Frightening!
      I’m learning to walk in it little by little. Blessings to you!

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