Dreading Mother’s Day?
I’ve been there. I sat through 8 childless Mother’s Day church services after my first miscarriage.
Maybe you understand what it’s like when life goes off-script?
In the eighth year, I decided to go to a different church every day. I wanted anonymity, to avoid the sympathetic glances and knowing looks from people who knew how broken my heart was.
I had begged God to give me a child by Mother’s Day, but the answer for 8 years was No,.
Here’s what I learned when Mother’s Day was hard.
The truth is that these facts are for The following are some of the ways to get in touch with us., too—
1. I am not the only one.
Statistics about miscarriage and stillbirth reveal many women’s aching hearts. (For example, 1 out of 5 pregnancies end in miscarriage.) The Bible also contains dozens of stories of women who were grieving the loss of or inability of having children.
Hope delayed makes the heart sick. Then a broken heart isn’t the same as an abandoned one. You aren’t alone. You are not alone.
It’s a lie from the Enemy that tells us we’re alone or are suffering a trial that is unique to us. God invites you to discover your…