Thursday, February 18, 2010

Please Pray with Us

Doc says there is a high chance of miscarriage with this pregnancy.
We found out several weeks ago that we were going to have a baby in October. We're waiting on God now. We opted out of the D&C and we're going to let God do whatever He chooses. It could be a few days or weeks before we see any evidence of confirmed miscarriage. Or, it could be a few days or weeks before we see any evidence of a healthy pregnancy. It's all in HIS hands, and we're trusting Him..."strengthened with all might, according to HIS glorious power, for all patience and longsuffering with joy." Colossians 1:11 Please pray with us!

I'm thankful for so many things right now:

1. God's Word for sure. It's been amazing to be reassured of God's power, love and soveriegnty through His words.

2. The ability to bring my burdens before the Lord through prayer.

3. A loving and supportive husband.

4. A wonderful, knowledgeable and personable Doctor.

5. A beautiful little girl to love on...she brings joy to this home even when we're feeling down.

And of course...the list could go on. But, for now, I'll leave this post as is. I've got a few errands to run.

14 comments:

Dawn Maxwell said...

I will be praying for you all.

Erin said...

Oh Sarah, I am so sorry. :( Please let me know if you need to talk or if I can do anything to help. Praying that everything will be okay with your pregnancy. Hugs.

une autre mère said...

I'm so sorry, Sarah. I will definitely be praying for you guys.

I love to talk... said...

Oh:o( I'm sorry to hear that, but will be praying that, in fact, it will be a healthy pregnancy and that baby is okay.

Julie said...

I'll be praying for you Sarah...

melanie said...

feeling clueless here, Sarah! But I will pray to the one who knows all~
<3

Sarah@Life in the Parsonage said...

Praying, my friend.

Sylvia C. said...

Sarah,
I had no idea. My prayers are with you, of course.

Isn't it fascinating that before this baby was even made God knew it's fate. Isn't that something?

And he knew that you of all people could still be a light in the world. A true example of faith...

hugs,
Sylvia

Carrie said...

Sarah, I am so sorry - I am praying for you and Jim.

Chel's Leaving a Legacy said...

Sarah, know that I am praying for you too. It must be hard dealing with news like this. Your trust in God and His love for you and this child will see you through.

I'm proud of you for giving God the chance to possibly prove the doctor wrong. My MIL was warned repeatedly that her unborn child would be dreadfully marred and disfigured and disabled if she continued with her pregnancy.

Glory to God, she saw it through.

And I'm married to that beautiful, healthy, fully grown baby today. God can do anything, and He will do what He sees is right. Trust Him. True trust is being willing to accept whatever He does as being the right thing.

{big hug}

Rachel @ Future Pastor's Wife said...

Sarah, I didn't know you were expecting! Praying for healing and a misdiagnosis on the doctor's part for you and your sweet little baby!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey Sarah- we will be praying for you guys. We know how it is to have to wait and see what happens with something like that. Last August we were pregnant and were told that the baby was healthy, but there was a pretty big tear in the babies placenta. We had to wait several weeks before I eventually miscarried. It is so hard to just wait and see what happens. There was a reason for us having that miscarriage and we our now 14 weeks pregnant again with a healthy baby! Will keep you guys in our prayers as we know how tough of a situation this is. Remember God is in control of it! Sarah Bartlett

teena said...

Issi & I are praying for you, sis. We love & miss you so much!
I just keep thinking about what you said about how God can do a lot with that 1 percent!

hvplace said...

Sarah, thanks for sharing what you're going through. I'm praying for you. ~Heather Vane

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