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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Calling all prayer warriors!

My friends, Tesney and Greg Davis are trying to adopt a little boy from Russia who has Downs Syndrome. His name is Kirill. The judge said no, that he would be better off in an institution for the rest of his life b/c of his "medical condition". She called him socially unadaptable. Is satan at work or what?!?!

As we all know, special needs children are typically not cared for in orphanages. The caretakers do well to take care of the "normal" children. You throw an extra "need" to be cared for at them and they feel overwhelmed. These children ARE the FORGOTTEN ones. IF they can get the chance to receive love and the medical care that is needed, they will flourish...satan knows this.

Here is the link to her blog which tells their story. They are appealing the decision, but things do not look good. They are asking for everyone to spread the word (especially to politicians, celebrities, news media, etc... anyone that can help get the word out so that the judge will be pressured to reverse this decision.)

Most of all PLEASE PRAY for this PRECIOUS little boy and the children like him who await their court dates, facing the same judge.

"Once our eyes are opened, we can't pretend we don't know what to do. God, who weighs our hearts and keeps our souls, knows what we know, and holds us responsible to act." Prov. 24:12


Anonymous said...

Heavenly Father, we praise your name and give you glory! Thank you for precious Kirill, thank you for Tesney and Greg, thank you for the carers and the judge in Russia.

We pray Lord that you will soften the hearts of those in the legal system who are handling this case. We pray that your light would shine into the darkness of this situation and guide Kirill into your arms, through the compassion and ministry of Greg and Tesney. May your name be glorified, your name exalted!

We trust you Lord, for we know that for man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible! Thank you Lord.

With love from Mike & family in London, UK

Jen said...

I heard this story on another adoptive mom's blog. So incredibly sad,but I pray every day with hope. God can move this mountain. Our prayers and petitions are so very important right now!

Treasures Evermore said...

Oh yes....we WILL be praying.


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