Ok, so you are totally going to LOVE this story. If you have been following my blog for any length of time you know I have been up and down with God. Finally last week I gave it all to him which you can read in my last blog post.  Here is a picture of a Gift for Jaxton I got in the mail today. It is a beautiful hand knit blanket. But the most amazing part is not the blanket but that little blue snowflake!

Attached was a card where she wrote “The Lord placed it on my heart to add a little snowflake to the ribbon. Each person is an individual masterpiece. Each is a uniquely fleeting treasure with the fingerprints of God upon it.”

She had packaged this gift up the same day I posted my last blog about my personal snowflake story and mailed it the next morning!

So obviously I am dying inside that God spoke to me! Technically 3 times with snow 🙂

Little did she know when the Lord was prompting her that this was going to be an answer to my submission to God. I had finally let it all go and had given it to GOD.

Just thought this was super encouraging and too awesome to not share.

* My after thought *

12.12.10 – I woke up this morning after posting this last night and can not get over how God has been saying “YES Lisa, I am listening to you. I AM here with you.”

If you recall… the last time I asked…”God are you listening to me?” He replied with the first VERY unexpected snow of the season.

Thank you to so many of you who have followed our family in this journey from day one or just recently who have committed to praying for Jaxton, our family, our marriage, our church and everything else going on at this time. We are SO thankful when God responds and we want everyone to know that:

The Husmann’s give GOD all the Glory!


6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Debbie on December 11, 2010 at 7:33 pm

    I love this!


  2. Oh my gosh that is so awesome. How wonderful of God to use a sweet woman and a precious gift to make His presence known to you during this time. He is so good!


  3. Posted by Brianne Wolf on December 11, 2010 at 11:53 pm

    That is so cool! God works in amazing, wonderful ways! I have still been keeping you guys in my prayers. I loved your last post, too. Your transparency was awesome, and it brought me to tears. Have you heard the song “Bring the Rain” by MercyMe? I love it, and it is just so encouraging to remember that even through the hard times God is there for us, and the rain brings us closer to Him.

    I also don’t know if you know who Carey (Watson) Bocanegra is, but she has a nephew named Jaxton who is 2, and they just found out that he has leukemia. So, I am praying hard for two Jaxton’s right now. I thought the name link was kind of cool(and the other Jaxton’s dad’s name is Josh!). She went to UC with us, so Josh will know her. Sorry for the randomness… I just thought it was neat b/c you don’t hear of too many Jaxton’s, and I am praying for two special boys with that name right now.

    God Bless you guys!


  4. so. awesome.


  5. Posted by janet on December 12, 2010 at 10:43 pm

    Wow. I’ve been following your blog through a mutual friend’s blog, so I don’t even know you. But I’ve been praying for you. So grateful that God blessed you with this little snowflake (both the one in your belly and the one on the blanket). The world is hard, but He is GOOD. Thank you for sharing this story.


  6. that is really awesome how God can work in so many different ways. Thanks for continuing to share your story and updates and for being so honest and transparent and sharing your heart. My continued prayer are with your family. Merry Christmas!!!


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