Friday, August 22, 2008

Crying Again!

Oh.
my.
goodness!!!


What is up with me this week?

I am supposed to be getting ready to go into the office, but I decide to check my daughter's blog to see if anything is new there.
Nothing.
So, I go to her older blog to see if she posted some birthday pictures of Mia and Macy ~ or something.
Nothing.
I see the link on the side for the video Brad made for Mia's dedication ceremony.
I have watched it numerous times.
I watched it again.
I cried.
again.
I am sitting here on my couch in my QUIET house contemplating the vastness of the blessings God has poured upon my life.
If you are just by chance reading this blog for the first time, I invite you to read our story.
I will give you some links below of where to start on our journey of a life filled with blessings! (Even if you have read all of my blog posts, you just have to watch the video again! ~ I have to have somebody crying with me. ha!)
God is SO good! His mercies are new every morning. His faithfulness knows no limits or end. His love and compassion, they fail not!
Adoption is not only our story, it is God's story of redemptive love for us.
My heart's prayer is that you Know Him today~ not just know about Him~ but KNOW Him in a very real and personal relationship. That's what "finding TREASURE in jars of clay" is all about!
blessings and many prayers,
dorinda
Links:
First Stop : Barren Womb
It may take a while to read all of those, but they just about sum up my tears today.
God IS so good!
:)
smile.
sigh.

2 comments:

Jennifer said...

Good morning my dear friend:)

I am crying with you for your cause and mine...our hearts are full, heavy but bursting with pride over our children and all the many blessings that God has entrusted us with...wow...what a responsibility that is. I posted a blog last night...to my crying...our babies...young or old...we are blessed...and how time is flying by.

I love you!

Cindy said...

I watched the video. What a special time.
We too are linked through adoption.
My barren womb and our adopted boys.
What a blessing they are.
Something in me wishes we were friends. At least sister in Christ.