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Ewan Eliezer’s Army ~ An Act of Divine Intervention

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For a bit over two weeks a measure of people, the number which will likely never be know to this writer, were gathered by a tiny child whose mission was to turn the lost back again to the Father. His mission was swift and completed in full in a very short time. I have never, and dare say may never again, witness such a move of God on the hearts of His children in such a manner. It was nothing short of an amazing act of divine intervention.

This was written as a tribute to Ewan Eliezer Petermann and to the strength and courage of his parents, Kirsten and James Petermann.

I ask that who read this pray for Kirsten and James and their whole family in this time of great loss. Ewan’s mission is not finished, his tiny ripple in our existance continues to widen and will eternally touch lives and turn hearts to God. I stand in awe of God, of His faithful servant Ewan, who likely knew his mission from the beginning, and of the knowledge that each of us have a calling that we are compelled to fulfill.

My goal is to be courageous like the Petermanns, to be fearless like Ewan and to touch the hearts of many and turn the lost to God. With this meager offering I hope to touch you.

Be a Blessing Loves.

Tell someone you love them today.

God expects this from us. ♥

copyright belongs to Kirsten Petermann


Divine Intervention: The Ewan Eliezer Petermann Story – [flash story form]

On a sunny, autumn Saturday morning a warrior was born in the northern most point in the west. A price already on his life, he would be here a very short time. His mission to turn  an immeasurable amount of souls back to the father  during and after his life. His work would be swift and complete in its divine mission.

Knowing the risks of bringing this tiny life into the world the warriors parents chose his life, against all the odds. Really, it was their calling, their mission, to follow and endure all that this act of obedience to their faith would hold. Amidst all that would happen they would come to this realization in amazement.

An army was gathered, given all of the particulars and the assignment to pray, always in agreement, led by the faithful parents. E-mails, blog posts, pictures, tweets and status reports  carried the message of the little warrior and the rally to pray.

Pray they did, each and every soldier. Each prayer holding up the arms of mom and dad, like Aaron and Hur did for Moses, to bring the victory.

The little warrior’s name essentially  means, ‘Youthful Warrior of God’s Grace is God’s Help’. This was not lost on his parents, who quickly realized that they had given their little warrior the name God had intended. It brought further peace knowing that this child, a very young David, after God’s own heart, was chosen, divinely.

Ewan’s army was gathered, and in two weeks innumerable people, from all corners of the earth, were praying in unity. Many were not believers when they began, but seeing the face of God in the actions of others were reconciled to the father, by the life of this little warrior.

You see, some come into the world for a very short time, yet have the highest callings and divine intervention at hand. Through a tiny broken heart nations were gathered and told of the saving grace of God. And when the little warrior was called home again, too soon after having arrived, he left his broken heart in his mother’s chest so she would always remember her little warrior’s mission.

With that he was called home at the word’s of our Father, “This is my Son, in whom I am well pleased.”


The Picture of Ewan to the far right of this post will take you to Team-Ewan’s blog where you can find the entire story of his dynamic life.

Blessings Loves.  ♥


Author: Hopeannfaith

Welcome, I'm Andrea ... HOPEannFAITH ... I write and take pictures as a way of expression. These are gifts given by a loving and indulgent Father, to a headstrong and stubborn daughter, with much to say. A semi-retired social worker/secretary, I now call myself a writer. I've published one internet article and written many blog posts. However, publishing does not make one a writer, anymore than taking a box camera to the park makes one a photographer. What makes one who and what they are? Well God for one ... formed me before the foundations of this world (Psalm 139); and many, many years after putting away my passion for wordsmithing and picture taking He gave it back ... in droves. I am a culmination of my choices and experiences. It is here that my experiences color the world in print and color. It is my goal to reach just one soul a day with love ... encouragement ... understanding or just letting that soul know that they are not alone where they are today. This is about creating ~ all of it. Creating a HOLY and SACRED place where the ugly truth can be healed and the beauty of a moment or a tear can brighten a day for the experience. Why HOPEannFAITH? Hopeannfaith is my inner child, and she is maturing, as she should have done all along. She is learning all about how Faith fulfills Hope. She is learning how to live. HOPEannFAITH ~ the wonder twins all wrapped up in one, me. These are my Journey Journals ~ written and visual. I welcome your company. I welcome your friendships. My Journey is in the light ~ although I have and will share the shadowy corners and the dark ~ so you know that you are never alone there. If we hold hands in the dark, and we walk, side by side, through the shadow, we will reach the Light together. In relationship with one another and with the Light. Blessings.

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