Thursday, April 2, 2009

Remembering

This week has been a hard one. Last week I would have reached the halfway point of my pregnancy. We would have found out whether we were having a boy or girl. I think things hit me this week more than last week because one of my blogger friends, whose due date is just a few days after mine would have been, found out she is having a baby girl. I am so happy for her, I am just grieving our loss (I would link to her blog, but it is invite only). So today I am remembering our baby. But I am also remembering those of you who have lost babies. I am remembering all of you who are walking this path of IF along with me and those of you who have walked it in the past. This morning, I spent time praying for all of you, asking for God's continued healing in our lives.

My prayer was that He would comfort all of us, and give us peace and joy in His presence.

I asked Him to enable all of us to continue to cling to Him and trust in His perfect plan.

I asked the God of hope to "fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit" Romans 15:13.

And I asked Him to move the mountain of infertility in our lives.

5 comments:

Jackie said...

Thank you for the prayers. I am praying for you also.

Flakymn said...

Great post Becky. Thinking of you at the halfway mark ... your heart will forever be amazingly "with" all the women who have journeyed, are on the journey, and will journey what you have been through ...

Joia said...

Thank you again for sharing what is going on in your heart and life... you are a blessing to know.

P.S. I love your wedding picture. =)

Alicia said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. I'm glad that you were encouraged:)

I'm very sorry for your loss and I will pray for you.

Stacey said...

Thank you so much for this post and for the touching email you sent about remembering my babies. It's a sad thing to be linked to someone through the common bond of miscarriage, but I am thankful for you.
I'm remembering your little one and praying for you, too.

((HUGS))