Tuesday, June 15, 2010

A Crow Cried Out

The most amazing thing happened while we were ending our this Sunday Morning.
Dove and I had spoken long into the night Saturday. I had shared some of my Story with her. I shared the story of how I had come to embrace the Lord and turn into this life anew. Spoke of the transformation Of those years when the life of me was being utterly sucked from existence into hopelessness.



The next morning I told the family to please come.Upon opening the scriptures I told them that this is how I was presented the good news of my salvation and turn into the hope of life. As I read John 3 a lone crow flew over us and calling in his sorrowful voice Steve and I were stunned . There had been a terrible fire near our camp ground last year and we had heard no crow and had even spoken of this only moments before on a hike. An entire generation of them burned lost in the fire a lone crow spoke as the scripture of John. 3:16 was read.


I then spoke of the very thing that I had read over and over just before the news was placed in my lap and the news given to be only hours before I had screamed out to God for a hope so that I would not take my life. Reading Psalm 91 aloud to the children Dove pointed up into a nearby pine.


There in the pine only 30 feet away on the same branch! was a Robin, Blue Jay and Hummingbird. They had taken time to come to hear the Word read aloud. We were all taken back by it. The children were none to happy to be called to come to sit, but then I had there undivided attention.

On the way home down the mountain Dash spoke..."Mom your like a preacher."

Responding to those with me "Really do you see me that way? They all conquered. Telling them that I and never really looked at myself that way...

Then Dash spoke up and added "like a traveling Preacher"

5 comments:

Lisa in Texas = ) said...

That is so awesome that the birds came to hear the Word of God. Awesome experience! Thanks for sharing,
Lisa :o)

Denise said...

Precious sis, so precious. I love you. Preach on.

Annette said...

What a neat thing....
That Mr. Dash is so sweet, its funny how things come to place, like that evening I posted about the birds leaving their home that they shared, I had just got done talking to my brother, O sister I miss him like crazy, every day, all day I think about him and my daddy, and poof...these little birds made an appreance then poof they where gone, then that song came to my head "I'll fly away" and when Denise wrote to the words I cried, the bird appearing, the birds leaving, then that song, it went together, LOVE how God will show himself to me when I dont have my ears to listen to him.
I'm glad your trip was a good one for all....

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Annette

Susie said...

That is so cool!!

Tabitha Bird said...

Very cool :)

Older women likewise teach the younger women...

• how to love their husbands
• how to love their children
• how to be self-controlled
• how to be pure
• how to be keepers at home
• how to be kind and submissive (not subservient) to their own husbands. (See Titus 2:3-5)

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