Monday, May 11, 2009

Story of strength and faith

How can you handle 11 miscarriages? I don’t know if you can but this lady endures such pain and agony and yet she speaks of God’s faithfulness and still trust in the Lord. What a beautiful heart she has.

I am blessed, encouraged, humbled as I read her blog today. Please visit MY CHRISTIAN DIARY for a story of a mothers’ strength and faith.

I hope and pray I’ll be as strong as she is.

I have yet to be pregnant; I don’t know if I’ll ever be but if I do I hope we can carry on full term. To be pregnant and lose it soon is more painful than being not pregnant at all I guess.

I still dream of having my own child someday, I dream of having this child with us when we go to church, when we go to parks, when we attend gatherings and family reunions, I dream of buying gifts for my child, giving her the best I could.

I dream of being a mom. And I hope I will become one soon.


Well, for those who are already moms, here’s a site you can visit, you can find lots of baby stuff here from safety and babyproofing your home, to blankets and strollers. I love their Bob stroller and the hand woven sling.


Denise said...

Thanks for sharing this. I pray you will become a mom one day.

Pia said...

i understand. i want to be mom too... soon.

Donna Bragg said...

Thank You for sharing my story on your site! I do hope it encourage others. It has been a long hard road, but I am a daughter of the KING, and I know HE loves me...Also, when I get to HEAVEN, my mansion will be full already...LOL!! What a scene!!!LOL!!!

Your sister in CHRIST,

Cora said...

I waited 15 years before adopting and received my wonderful daughter and son within 8 months of each other. I understand your struggle and am praying for you. God's timing and wisdom are perfect.