Cristina Mincer – Last Thursday as I was headed for lunch, a couple approached me. She was about a week and a half overdue to give birth to their daughter, Izzy. They are good friends of ours and I started praying. As I prayed, I felt a distinct note of victory and I just praised God. When I got home, I checked Facebook and lo-and-behold, they had posted that they were on their way to the birthing center! So, I posted on Facebook to them that I had prayed – how I had felt an assurance that Izzy was just fine. Then, I thought nothing more of it the rest of the day. The next morning, I received a message from her husband, Josh, telling me, “Thank you” for praying for them. It turns out Izzy's umbilical chord was wrapped around her neck! When they learned Izzy was in distress, they both panicked. Josh says as the doctors worked, he was going back and forth, torn between faith and fear. He said for some unknown reason at the time, he checked Facebook, which he even thought was odd in the middle of a life-and-death emergency. But he saw my post – where I had written how I knew Izzy was going to be just fine. Josh said that made all the difference in the world – and set his attitude back to trusting God completely!! The funny thing is that I don’t normally tell people when I have prayed for them and I especially don’t post it on Facebook. I just felt led. God is so amazing!!! Izzy is happy, healthy and so is Mom. Praise the Lord!!!