Writing for God, Fighting Human Trafficking

Linda Rodante

All the lonely (children) where do they all come from? (Old Song)

I know a couple going through the heartbreak of fostercare–that would be when you have a child for months or years and have to return him or her to their biological parents. What a sacrifice! But think how pleased God is that someone would knowingly take a child and love and help him while realizing that at any time she could be taken away? How much has God loved us knowing we could walk away at any time? And some people do! Compare that with human trafficking victims that are not even treated as if they’re human. God, thank you for the ones who will step out of themselves to give to a child, and forgive us for doing the things that break your heart.

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5 comments on “All the lonely (children) where do they all come from? (Old Song)

  1. Jeanne Webster
    August 15, 2011

    It is good to see those who care about the children. God bless your endeavors. Shalom 🙂

  2. Susan Whittemore
    August 16, 2011

    I know from experience from what my mom and I have gone through with having foster children over the years what a heartbreak it is to give the children back to parents that might abuse them. The children are the innocent , precious gifts from God that matters. They should be protected by adults but a lot of times they aren’t.

  3. Janet L. Rockey
    August 16, 2011

    Your post reminded me of my own “homecoming” when I was a prodigal daughter. What joy filled my heart when I turned around and found Him waiting for me. We are all “foster children” in this world, looking forward to the day we can go home to our Father in heaven.

  4. jttheiss
    August 19, 2011

    We will be praying for you. We recently started a ministry at our church to help those called to step into this most difficult task.

    “Only Two Years? It Seems Like They’ve Been With Us Forever”

    http://fbcliving127.wordpress.com

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