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ABBA DADDY'S GIRL
Date: July 1, 2004

Abba Daddy’s Girl 
 
... We were slaves to Jewish laws and rituals, for we 
thought they could save us. But when the right time came, 
the time God decided on, He sent His son, born of a woman, 
born as a Jew, to buy freedom for us who were slaves to the 
law, so that He could adopt us as His very own children. 
And because we are His children, God has sent the Spirit of 
His son into our hearts, so now we can rightly speak of God 
as our dear Father. ..Everything He has belongs to us for 
that is the way God planned. Galatians 4:3 7 
 
Under the rule of King Solomon over the Holy city of 
Jerusalem, were two young unwed mothers living together. 
One baby died, leaving a heart broken, empty armed mother. 
In her bereavement she switched babies. The case was taken 
to the wise king. He knew the true loving mother would 
protect her child. He pretended he would cut the baby in 
half, giving one half to each young lady. The imposter 
agreed this was a great idea. Solomon drew the sword. True 
to nature, the biological mother screamed, "Don't cut the 
baby in half! Give it to the other, only let it live!" The 
strongest force, next to the Heavenly Father's love for His 
children is a mother's pure, unconditional love. 
Married or not, a young woman can be a good and loving 
mother. Many obstacles and challenges go along with being 
an unwed mother, such as emotional, spiritual, physical and 
financial support. It is sometimes the most loving gesture 
for a young woman to give her child up for adoption to a 
stable family who has the resources for providing a secure 
home life, leading to a more healthy and well adjusted 
future. This may sound trite but our loving Heavenly Father 
who has adopted us into His family, can provide the grace 
and strength. 
God knew each of us in the mother's womb, and further back, 
before the foundations of the earth. Your baby, though a 
surprise to you, was foreknown by God and He has a great 
plan for his/her life. If you lack in the resources to 
provide stability and nurturing for the child, love him/her 
and pray over him/her. Ask Daddy God for wisdom to make the 
right decision and the ability to follow through. His 
mighty hand of protection is upon the child's life, as it 
is yours if you believe. 
 
Abba Daddy, take control in all areas I have messed tip. 
Thank You for adopting me as Your very own child. If you 
desire that I release my unborn (or recently born) baby 
into the awaiting arms of a loving Christian family, guide 
and direct me to the organization, family or ministry You 
chose. Provide love and protection to our child. I trust 
you with our baby. Bring good into its life. I hurt, but 
rely on you to heal my heart. Father, You know how I feel, 
because You had to looked away when you offered Your only 
begotten Son upon the cross, so that I could become Your 
adopted child. Thank you for Jesus' blood. Thank You that 
just as I have become as Jesus to You, my baby will become 
as one with the new parents. You gave Jesus so I could live 
forever with You. I give my child temporarily to another, 
so that we together, call live forever in Heaven with You. 
Mend my broken heart and restore my joy. In Jesus 'name. 
Amen. 
 
copyright 2003 by Lura Hoyle