God always shows up even in the last minute!

We are now settling in our new home since beginning of February. After we arrived from our extended road trip across US and Eastern Canada, we had great difficulty finding a rental place. The Lord ended up providing us a suite 2 days prior to being on the streets. We were so thankful but it was a temporal place. There, we regrouped, rested and God refreshed us! I can not tell you how physically, emotionally and spiritually exhausted we were when we entered that rental suite. But God is so faithful, He has revived us, healed us, refilled us and totally recharged us! To Him be the glory! What precious memories we have with Him in that place of refugee and rest!

After a few months, we started to pray for God to provide us another place that best suits our family and to do so before the birth of our 6th baby. We prayed and prayed. Then came, an e-mail from friends whom God had spoken to, to release some finances into our lives. We thanked God and trusted that now that He had provided for the expenses, that He would also lead us to the right place, though it had been extremely hard. Within days, Pitana found the place, 2 weeks before we had to leave where we were. Great. How exciting! You want to know what happened next? We all got sick. All the children, Pitana and I were so sick for a week! We had never been through this before. I remember, we even ran out of milk and toilet paper, but neither Pitana nor I had the strength to go to the store. Thankful for a friend who stepped in to help! By the end of the week, Pitana and the children were doing well, but I was still needing a bit more time. No packing had been done, so Pitana and children set to work for the few days that were left, yet still managing the home. 3 days prior to our move, there was still 3/4 of the house unpacked. But that day, the Lord intervened again! A team of the young adults from our new church showed up. We didn’t know any of them but they entered into the house with a mindset to work.  By the end of that night, we were almost done. Not to mention, we had a fun time with them! The night before we moved, a friend called and asked if he could come and help pack. Pitana was hesitant thinking that there was really not much to do. But how many of you know that the last minute things can take a very long time to pack? The friend was persistent, and how grateful we are. A couple of hours after he arrived, he had packed up all the remaining items readying for the move in the morning! We didn’t even know we needed his help, but God did and gave him that mission which he accomplished well.

The following morning, the young adults team (now with more of them) along with another friend, showed up to move us. They brought a truck, trailer and their vehicles so we didn’t need to rent a moving truck. Within  a few hours, we were in our new place; kitchen unpacked; bedrooms set up; living room set up; books on book shelves; meals prepared and eaten and little ones tucked in bed. Pitana and I sat down to just take it all in. How good is our God! He never seizes to amaze us!

“O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come.” Psalm 65:2. God truly hears and answers prayer. As you read this, we hope that you are encouraged to keep praying for whatever situation, you are in. Don’t give up because the answer will surely come.

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Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, to the only wise God our Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen.” Jude 1:24