A mystery crib

So, last week Amazon emailed me telling me someone had bought something off my baby registry. I’ve never shared my registry, so I was kind of confused but I checked my registry anyway. No one had purchased anything. Thinking it was maybe an error, I googled it, and sure enough, thousand of other people received the same email. Amazon sent an apology email a few days after, saying the email was indeed sent out in error. Fast forward to 2 days ago. I got an email from UPS telling me a package was on the way. I had just ordered a book from Amazon so I though it was that. I clicked the tracking number to see when it would arrive and noticed it weighed 37 pounds. “That’s not my book!” I thought. Remembering the email about the baby registry, I checked my registry. Sure enough, someone really did buy something off my registry! Not just a little something, no, a CRIB!!! Some random stranger somehow found my baby registry and bought Benjamin a crib. 😮😮😮 I’m in total disbelief thinking maybe this is an error too. Guess what? It wasn’t! It showed up at my front door today!

But here’s the thing. You can’t just randomly look at people’s baby registries on amazon. You have to know their name or email address. How this person found my baby registry is beyond me. At this point, all I can say is it’s a blessing from God and accept it as that.

I know her name, Anna Stopper of Southlake, Texas. I don’t know you, Anna, but God must have told you I’ve been been in prayer for a crib for Benjamin. My faith has been rocky lately, but today I’m reminded God does answer prayers. Thank you Anna. ❤️

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The Noah Tree

I had such a spiritual dream last night. My boyfriend, Jason, and I were walking hand in hand on a frozen lake. I heard the Lord instruct me to have a seat on a rigid piece of ice nearby. As I sat, a group of men came over, Jason included, and started cutting into the ice. Under it was a tree, called The Noah Tree. Around us formed a tea cafe; A beautiful building with wood floors, filled with people. Jason picked the tree and gently blew it’s seeds over me, the seeds looked like those of a dandelion. As they brushed my skin, I could feel the overwhelming love of God all around me. I took some of the seeds and placed them on man next to me, and the woman on my other side. I could see them physical experience God’s love touching them. The tree sat in the center of the cafe, as Jason and I served tea to the guests; Tea and Christ.