Pregnancy Loss and Our Hearts

Pregnancy Loss and Our Hearts

This month is Awareness Month. Pink and Blue. This can be a hard time for these families. I know when we suffered ours it was one of the hardest things I ever went through. I was also a newly married teen, so talk about being confused and scared on top of it all.

A lot runs through your mind during this. It can rip marriages apart or bring them together, and do the same to your relationships with Christ. For me, it brought me and my husband closer. He’s the one person I’d talk to. Many, many late nights talking and crying. I was mad and upset that this happened.

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I didn’t know at the time, but God used this situation as a way to soften my heart toward him. It wasn’t that I was super hardened or anything. I just didn’t think much about God or Jesus. I knew little of them. My husband, on the other hand, was a believer. God used him in my life to do so much.

My life turned around once I met him. I wasn’t out partying with my friends as I wanted to spend what little free time I had with my fiancée. Busy, teen who was in band and choir, so that took most of my time. The other before my husband was partying and off and off with the wrong guy.

God used this loss to bring me to my knees. To show me that I needed Christ in my life.  God used my husband to led me into seeing my need for salvation. What an amazing gift. I know it’s hard to look for these things when something bad happens. God knows us. If someone is out there suffering or has lost a child, cling to God. He has a plan. We may not know what it is until we’re in Heaven. Cling to Him.

 

 

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Allyson Carter About Allyson Carter

Allyson Carter is an author who dips her toes into the suspense and romance genres in the Edgy Christian market. She lives in Indiana with her husband, four children and three cats, where she homeschools her children, three on the autism spectrum. You can find out more about her books on her website. She also has a personal blog at Faith and Homemaking

Comments

  1. Bless you for sharing. May God continue to work through you to reach others who have lost a little one.

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    Allyson Carter

    Allyson Carter Reply:

    Thank you, Penny.

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  2. I share for God’s touch for those who draw to Him. He’s got the power.

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    Allyson Carter

    Allyson Carter Reply:

    Thank you!

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