A Miraculous Meeting & Hope for Ruby Sue

For a long time now I’ve struggled. Struggled with what to do for Ruby Sue. I know that nursing Ruby Sue is not only best for her, but it’s what needs to happen. It is nature’s way of nurshing mammals. It’s God’s design for all mammals to nurse. It’s not that it’s “best,” but that it’s the way it’s supposed to be. If something is impairing her ability to nurse  then we need to dig to find the deal problem. But there’s been so much pressure on me just to give up, give her a bottle, and start formula that I was about to cave.

Those of you who follow my blog know that I am a Christian. Not only am I a Christian, but I’m a Pentecostal. We believe in the supernatural work of the Holy Ghost. The Bible says that there are times that we don’t know what to pray for. We don’t know what needs to happen in our lives and the lives of the people around us. But God does know. So what’s the solution to that? Praying in the Spirit.

Praying in the Spirit is when the Holy Ghost overshadows you and God speaks through you a language you’ve never learned, supernaturally, in order to release things in the Spirit that we don’t even know about with our natural minds.

Why am I writing this on my blog about Nursing Ruby Sue?


Many were nights that I had Ruby wrapped in a blanket, walking around at night, trying to get her to fall asleep…. know what I was doing? I was praying in the Spirit. I was speaking in tongues. I was releasing God’s ability to work in this situation.

This is so crazy! I just got off a video consult over Skype with Jennifer Tow. She is brillant beyond imagination. Do you know where she is? PARIS, FRANCE. How did I find her? I didn’t. She found me.

I already told you that the Specialist in Orlando suggested I blog. So I did as an outlet. Then I posted my blog entries on other facebook pages for others see. One of those pages desided to repost it to everyone’s newsfeed. A person on the newsfeed saw it and sent it to Jennifer. And Jennifer contacted me.

It gets even better. So Jennifer was just here in Jacksonville last March. She also knows people here that can help and support me in making the changes I needed in order to nurse Ruby Sue. That’s the only city in the state of Florida that she’s ever done a conference in. She even told me over Skype that she considers this sort of a hook up to be miraclous. It’s because I serve the God of the miraclous.

So we have a detailed, in depth plan to follow. A lot of intense changes. Many of them are not going to be easy, but it’s a needed change. One that I’ve been wanting to do for a long time, but didn’t know where to start.

So why does God care so much to do all of this arranging for us? Really now…. in the large scope of all eternity, aren’t there more important matters to attend to? When time is done and over with and we are all at the judgement throne, will it matter all that much if Ruby Sue was bottle fed formula or breastfed? Probably not. So what does God care? The answer is simple….. He cares because I care. He loves me. So if it matters to me. It matters to Him. I’m thankful not only that he cares. But also that he is big enough to do something about it!



4 responses

  1. Great post, Samantha! Girl, sounds like you were destined to be vegan 😉 I use to love all those things too but there are so many vegan, cruelty-free options out there. Especially with Whole Foods and Native Sun! Have you had Almond Milk?! It’s WAY better than soy and the taste and texture reminds me a lot of whole cow’s milk, which I use to love. Give it a try! Only 60 calories and 2.5 grams of fat in a cup. The chocolate is amazing! Daiya “cheese” is also a great, low-fat cheese alternative.

    Since Spence and I are trying to cut back, this book has really helped us.

    It’s all low-fat, vegetable based meals with all the nutritional info for each recipe.

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