> We are members of Strong Tower and our daughter (also a member) has
> fallen prey to the enemy and we have not been able to pull her out of
> the grasp. Today she is planning to move to live in sin with a young
> man who is NOT a believer and seems to question God altogether. She is
> also pregnant and has a continuous lying tongue, and defiance and
> disrespect deeper than you can imagine. The young man's mother is
> Pentecostal, but lost her son years ago and is now his "friend" and in
> talking to her is a defeated mother. We are not defeated as long as God
> is God! Amen!
> Her phone number is 615-504-2628 and her name is Elexis Fletcher. Some
> of you may know her from church and if not, you probably have seen her
> with us. Please feel free to contact her, pray for her, and keep her in
> your thoughts to break this treacherous bond of sin she has chosen to
> embrace. Please pray for our family and feel free to contact me at
> 615-337-0170 to pray with me & for me, through all means , voice, text
> or voice mail. Exposing the enemies tactics is one way we have to break
> the hold and I am hurt but have moved past the shame of how this looks
> and feels. We want our daughter back and we're going to fight the only
> way we can now to get her.
> My sister sent me this and I am grateful that this will be our Word
> mantra to stand while this challenge unfolds.
> "Shall the prey be taken from the mighty, or the lawful captive
> delivered? But thus saith the Lord, Even the captives of the mighty
> shall be taken away, and the prey of the terrible shall be delivered:
> for I will contend with him that contendeth with thee, and I will save
> thy children". Isaiah 49: 24, 25. We know we do not fight against
> flesh and blood, so whatever lie of the enemy that Lexi is believing at
> present, will lose its hold on her, just keep praying and believing in
> God. Receive His help to forgive all that needs forgiving so that your
> prayers are not hindered. We cannot forgive from our heart without His
> help and He freely gives Grace to help us in our time of need and that
> includes the need to forgive. It releases that awful heaviness that
> comes from feeling helpless, powerless, hurt, perplexed, disappointed,
> mad, scared, indifferent, shame, and on, and on, and on.
> Please join me as I walk blessed knowing the heavens are lighting up
> with your solicitations on our behalf.
> Cornelia Gipson
(We will be praying for Ms. Cornelia after class on Thursday)