Generations of God

I was talking with my Mommy ((which is nothing new)) and she reminded me “hey, you have not written anything for a few days”.  So, I started racking my brain and keeping myself distracted waiting for that “aha” moment but sadly it took forever and even as I type God is hammering it out into my head and heart. Twenty-one years ((and about a month and a half ago?)) in October, a sweet little baby girl was born.  Well why is that huge? Because she delivered her first child, a boy, this morning.  So, why does that matter? After all women have been giving birth since Eve.  That little baby girl is my cousin by blood and my niece by marriage ((don’t try to figure it out…you’ll get a headache)).  I got to sort-of see how God is always there and crosses even generations of families.  Let me explain further.  She was the “first” for quite a few people and of course is beloved by family.  She is the first grand-child for my in-laws, the first ((and as it turned out, only)) child of my husband’s sister and her husband, the first niece for my husband, and probably many more that I cannot remember ((21 years ago so hey, I think I’m doing pretty good)).  She got very sick at birth and the family had been told to prepare for the worst and they were life-flighting her to another hospital.  Needless to say, that little girl had LOTS of people praying and just as they were about ready to send her off, she made a miraculous recovery and today she delivered her first child which also happens to be the first great-grandchild for my in-law’s and the first grandchild for my sister-in-law and her husband.  Not a HUGE eye-opening miracle I know but still miraculous and wicked cool that way back when God healed her and brought her back from death and now she is a Mama ♥

Published by Amanda-Lyn

I reside in the heart of New England with my 2 sons and my husband. My eldest son visits us frequently. When not in the office, I love to sing and to write and more than anything I love God and I follow Him truly truly ♥

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