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babyannouncement1We are excited about becoming a family of four! It has been a blast watching Micah grow each day and now we are looking forward to seeing him be a big brother to baby #2! The due date will be sometime early March! I can only imagine how many diapers will be used in the Robinson household! We would appreciate your prayers for Cassidy and the baby!

"Children are a gift from the LORD; they are a reward from him." Psalm 127:3

The Gift of Life!

Micah Jordan Robinson

8 pounds, 1 ounce, born at 10:33pm on September 4th!

Micah is an amazing gift from God. Cassidy is a great mother and I'm extremely proud of her hard work and dedication to Micah. Sitting in the room enjoying the first day with Micah has been special to us.

Looking back on the past, I can see God's perfect plan. Praise God!

Children are a gift from the LORD; they are a reward from him." Psalm 127:3.

My Prayer for Micah

Time is flying by as we wait for the arrival of Micah Jordan Robinson! His due date is September 3rd but I have a feeling that he is coming early. A lot has happened in the past few months (moving, new church, meeting new people) and more! We are eagerly awaiting Micah! He is active in the womb everyday. I'm amazed at God's handiwork in the beauty of Cassidy as she carries Micah into the last few weeks of her pregnancy. I have felt a lot of emotions already that are hard to describe. Feelings of inadequacy, fear, uncertainty, excitement, and overwhelming gratitude to name a few. Our journey of praying for a child was answered this past fall. The more I think about it, the more I realize God is in control. It is funny when I hear people say, "wow, you chose a hard time to have a baby in the middle of summer." I usually smile and nod. Most people don't understand that we went through a journey to get to this point. A journey that helped us realize how precious it is to have a child on the way.

I'm grateful that God's timing is always perfect.

One of the reasons we chose the name Micah is the meaning of the name ("Who is like God, God's gift"). One of my favorite passages of scripture is Micah 6:8.

 The Lord has told you what is good, and this is what he requires of you: to do what is right, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8

 

My prayer for Micah is that he will do what is right no matter what the status quo is in culture. I hope that he will make decisions based upon God's Word.

My prayer for Micah is that he would love mercy. I hope that he will love the least of these. We hope to show him the mercy of Christ and how to pour that out to the world.

My prayer for Micah is that he would walk in humility. I pray he would put others before himself. I pray that he would one day put his faith in Jesus alone for His eternal salvation. I pray that He experiences the love of God and walks in that love daily.

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