"He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. For by him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things were created by him and for him." Colossians 1:15-16


She's going HOME!!! Praise be to GOD, for HE is so good! To read the latest update and see pictures of Harper with NO tubes, wires, etc. go here.

Harper's Prayer Blog

This blog has been started as a prayer book for Harper Brown Stamps, born on January 16, 2009. Harper was born weighing 9 lbs and 12 oz, but immediately began having trouble breathing. Join us in praying for the healing of Harper's little body, for her parents Scott and Kelly, and for the doctors treating. Please feel free to leave your prayers and encouragement for her here. If you wish, leave your name, where you live, and a link to your blog.

Kelly and Scott,
Know that we are on our knees for you praying and pleading for the healing of your precious baby girl. I pray that this blog is a place of encouragement and hope for you - a place where you can come and draw strength knowing that our mighty and powerful God knows you, and knows your baby. He, and only He, is the miracle worker who formed Harper in your womb, and who created her for a special purpose. We, here in blog land, love you dearly and look forward to the day we see pictures on your blog of a bubbly little girl playing with Dawson!

On our Knees,
Ashley Williams
Mansfield, TX

Scott and Kelly,
"In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit hemself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express. And he who searches our hearts knows the mind of the Spirit, because the Spirit intercedes for the saints in accordance with God's will." Romans 8:26-27
When I first heard of Harper's condition on Friday night this verse immediately came to mind. Of course, I prayed for her healing...and at that moment it was so overwhelming that I asked the Spirit to intercede for me, for Harper, and for both of you. When our heart aches so deeply and when we are overcome with such emotion....He goes to the Father with groans that we cannot express. And for that, we are so grateful. I truly believe that each and every person posting prayers for Harper will commit to pray for her EVERYDAY until the day she is at rest in your arms at her home in one of her monogrammed dresses.
In Him,
Amanda Rooney

T-shirt info.

I just want everyone to know, in case you're wondering, I am NOT, in ANY way, receiving a profit from these t-shirts. The company that we are working with is donating $10 to Harper. It does cost them some money to make the shirts, therefore, that is where the other $10 is going. I know that some of you have felt that myself or Melissa are making a profit on these, but I can assure you that that is NOT the case. The only thing I'm receiving in return is the JOY that comes with doing something to help my dear friends ~ Kelly, Scott and sweet Harper. Please, if there are any more questions, just ask! :) Thank you, Jess :)

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Prayers from Rural Arkansas

Scott and Kelly-

What an inspiration and a testimony to the great faith God has graced you with. As we walk the path God has designed for us, we never hope that this walk brings pain and suffering and illness, but sometimes it does...and it can't be explained...except to say that God is and always will be manning this ship and knows what He has in store for us. He is working miracles in Harper...I see it and feel it. He is bringing hundreds of thousands closer in their walk with Him through your trials. He is getting the glory for it all! It reminds me of the song "Glory" by Selah. In all this we should be continually singing "Glory to His name." I feel like I know you guys when the only "knowing" I get is from what I've been reading from Kelly's blog for over a year. You guys are loved by thousands and I continue to pray for Harper's full recovery. She is a tremendous blessing and is proving to be a fighter. What a story you have to tell her years down the road. And what a wonderful testimony to teach her about the AWESOMENESS of our Saviour. God bless you both and your families and Sweet Harper.

With love,
Amy in Arkansas

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