I will never forget when we were united with him at the orphanage. And that moment we were driving away with him with the RSCC fading fast in the rear view mirror... "What did you call me when you were working on adopting me?" "Jacob." His mother replied. And then it happened ..."Call me Jacob." There it was... a transformation from the old order of things to new. He never referred to himself as Razel again.
|Jacob, Naomi, Hannah, Josh and Noah in the car leaving the word Orphan behind|
So we have named them and can't wait to tell you about them. First there is Levi, the oldest. Levi means to join' or 'to be joined' in Hebrew. We can't wait until he is joined with us. Second there is Josiah which means 'healed by Jehovah' or Jehovah will support. We are looking forward to the day that they are healed and supported by a family and more importantly by the High King himself. The third is Issac. Issac means 'laughter' or 'he laughs'. There will be the laughter and love of a family.
Its coming. We're coming. We thank God and we're happy because soon...another rebirth - another three to be exact.
Marshall and Lorrie