This week is National Infertility Awareness week and today I'm going to tell you 5 things that should never be said to a person dealing with infertility.....
Sometimes, we can get so caught up in trying to obtain the big victories that we neglect the small ones that are happening every single day.
WHAT IF... we changed our perspective about our Journey to Motherhood? WHAT IF... we saw this thing the way God sees it? Then how differently our faith, hope, emotions and our very lives would be.
I've come to learn that God's Word is the best source of encouragement and hope in those low, dark moments. So I have compiled 31 bible verses for you all. I pray that they will encourage you, renew your hope, and revive your faith on this journey.
What does the to-do list of a woman believing God for a baby consist of? Well ladies, God gave me some things and I wanted to share with you all! So here goes........
There will be times on your Journey to Motherhood where you just want to be alone and all you can do is cry. THAT. IS. OK.!! Do not go along this journey thinking that it's NOT OK to cry. Doing so does not make you weak or any less of a Christian! It just makes you human.
See, the truth is, there will not always be people around to encourage you. Sometimes you're going to have to do it for yourself. This means that even though you feel as though God isn't listening; prayer, praise, worship and the word of God will have to be your encouragement.
Just because we are on this journey to Motherhood does not mean we have to be without our joy! Philippians 4:4 instructs us to rejoice ALWAYS. Now, for most women on this journey, doing that may seem difficult and sometimes even impossible. But it's not.
This journey of trying to have a baby while mentally, physically and emotionally dealing with infertility is a difficult one. In all honesty it is one of the most difficult things you will probably ever have to go through.