Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Re-created for Faith


In the face of impossible odds, Ashley Adams considered no other option but to rank up in faith, pairing with God on the invisible battlefield over her baby boy's life.

Re-Created for Faith is the story of Carston Ford Adams and how the spiritual and physical world collided for his existence. When all the voices were crying out "death," his mother believed for more. There had to be a purpose for these obstacles in her son's life, but what? How could Ashley triumph over what was sealed for his fate? She was about to find out.

Through intense devotion to God's word and prayer every day, God gave Ashley a fresh faith and supernatural strength to relentlessly pursue saving Carston's life. This fight was not merely material but spiritual, a battle between forces of life and death. The hospital room became her training ground of righteousness as God taught her how to use the weapons He has given every believer to fight an enemy only interested in our destruction. Refusing to give up, Ashley experienced many breakthroughs-signs, visions, and answers for some of the biggest decisions she would ever have to make. Miracle after miracle pointed directly to the only One who could truly heal, which may have baffled the experts but spurred her on to keep fighting.

Re-Created for Faith shows what is possible when one mother refuses to back down to the enemy and how to anchor these strategies in everyday life to advance in our battles. When we go beyond belief to action, believing God for a victory regardless of the visible, miracles really do occur, and God's glory is revealed...big time.

"For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds." (2 Corinthians 10:3-4)

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Carston’s birth would indicate all time being gone. I wanted to get it right, and God knew I didn’t want to make a mistake. All things are possible with God, so then how could I have been expected to make a decision so quickly? It would have been like assuming He would do nothing between that meeting and Carston’s birth, but we had already seen through our prayers that God is able. The Holy Spirit was trying to reassure me something better was planned for my son, and deep down I could feel He was all powerful and still able to do anything. So in the time I had left, I was in constant prayer that God would show us what to do, confident that if I asked anything according to His will, He would hear me (1 John 5:14). 

I grew to pray God’s version of perfection over Carston above any selfish requests I had prayed before. I wanted to be sure I was praying through God’s eyes every night in petition for His direction, as though I was in Heaven looking down on my situation. I specifically asked God to move Carston from the breech to birthing position, for a safe, natural birth. I called out miracles for his breathing, and a re-creation of his lung, heart, brain, and kidneys. 

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