Transition with Sadness

First of all, thank you so much for all of the kind words, thoughts, and prayers that have gone up for our little family.  We appreciate you, our friends and family, very much.  I have been asked in the past why we are so open about our pain with our miscarriages, and the only answer I have is that I need other people to pray for us at this time when prayer takes more energy than I have.  So, again, thank you.

I felt like I needed to make a transition from what we’ve been dealing with this past week, both in our hearts and on the blog, to the joy that we will be celebrating in Christ’s coming to earth with Christmas.  I will not be able to automatically switch my feelings to those of complete joy and happiness, but I take hope in the fact that I will see my babies in heaven one day because of the redeeming work that Christ accomplished by coming to earth as a baby.

If you do not know the joy of knowing Jesus as your personal Savior, or have the hope of an eternity with Him in heaven, I invite you to read the Gospel of John, and then either email me or contact me in some other way.  I’d love to chat with you about any questions you might have.  I don’t know all the answers, but I know the One who holds the world in His hands.  When I think of our babies, I don’t grieve as those who have no hope~ I know the One who knows the beginning from the end.  And that’s why I am so excited, despite my sadness, to celebrate this Christmas season.

I invite you to come back tomorrow for the first in a week’s series on having An Intentional Christmas.  See you then!

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