Today we came after the rest period had ended and we were told that we could only stay for 30 minutes and that the children could not come in to see K. The whole time that we held her, she seemed sedated. She smells like something we can't identify, perhaps a medication. We each held her for a while and sang a few hymns to her and then Gord prayed over her, for her. We just don't want to see her suffer anymore. But we want God's will and great glory. We both have found ourselves feeling hopeless tonight, despondent almost. Test of faith?
Our court date is set for Friday. Our Interpol paperwork cannot be located. Interpol said that they sent it to the Ministry and the Ministry said that they don't have it. It must be received and translated for court. The judge assigned to us has a husband in the hospital following a stroke last week. Our daughter may not yet be in a stable condition. These things all cast a degree of uncertainty on the next steps for us, but also reminds us that we are not in contro
We all need your prayers. Thank you for joining us on this journey.
And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. Galatians 6:9