They visited her home at the request of Pastor Timothy to deliver food. We have admitted Soni Lakava Kamble in the Panchgani Hospital for HIV/AIDS treatments. The hospital is very famous for HIV/AIDS treatments. I poured my heart into each one--pictures, verses, and prayers.
I discovered this: Mother Lakava is living with HIV/AIDS, but still she works as a sex worker because of the acute poverty. After the customer goes the pimp takes his share, $.50, from her. Even if she never receives them, God heard the prayers.
I told you that we live in a big world, but God still loves you and knows your name. One day, when Isaac was a little older, God asked Abraham to offer Isaac to Him. Soni, my precious child, the next time you look at the stars, I want you to remember four things about God's promises. I would love to be able to call you my child--but your Heavenly Father has something greater for you than anything I could ever give. We give thanks especially to Compassion and her sponsors for helping her and strengthening her weak faith, providing resources for her medicines.
If Abraham gave Isaac back to God, he wouldn't be able to have a bunch of children through him--but Abraham said yes. I want you to remember how many promises He has made. I want you to remember how beautiful and glorious they are, and I want you to remember that they will never go away. The Creator of the Universe calls you His daughter. She went through pain and suffering, but she had faith on Jesus Christ.
It is filled with amazing things, including the Tree of Life.
After an inquiry to Compassion, we heard that she is doing better, but takes medications that make her feel very weak. I have been doing a lot of research about her community online and have found a lot about the amazing ministry of her church to the women and children in the Miraj Red Light District I even found these pictures of our precious Soni on the Facebook page of a church who sent a team to her community. I am hoping to connect with team members to find out more about Soni. She knows the Bible verse “The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want.” The Mother also learned that Jesus Christ is the Lord of the poor and sick. When I see her health I can say that she will not survive for long.God began working in our hearts last month to learn more about Soni and her community.I have felt burdened for our Compassion child Soni.Maybe when Abraham looked up at the stars, he saw God's promise written in the sky. Because of this help she had very dignified death and funeral.Soni Lakava Kamble' s mother, Lakava Kamble, and Soni's two sisters, Paru Lakava Kamble and Malawa Kamble, have folded their hands with gratitude for the support and tender care that was rendered to Soni . Our precious daughter in Christ is now WITH Christ. We want to encourage her friends, family, and church--and let them know that Soni's life mattered, that she was important, and that God has heard her story--their story--and is imprinting it on the hearts of people all the way around the world.I have been writing to all the children this month about fruit..Soni's letter is different..."In the book of Revelation, the Bible tells us that there is a beautiful tree that grows in Heaven.Heaven is a beautiful paradise that all of us who believe in Christ will get to enjoy after this life on earth is over.Abraham said yes to God because he knew that God would not lie. I wonder if Abraham thought of the stars when God asked for Isaac. I want you to see God's promises to you written in the sky. She had taken heart and said boldly, "The Lord is my shepherd I shall not want."Her mother and sister said in Marathi language please say thanks to her sponsors and Compassion Intl.Maybe God darkened the sky of all light but the stars. who helped us in a very difficult time of our life.Her mother witnessed , that before Soni died, she was often saying prayers with folded hands. There is no more suffering for her--her battle is won. A death like this must be crushing for her family and community. I need to continue to be a voice for the little ones of this community.40% of the women and children--likely more--are suffering from the same illness.