bloody paths

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  1. Rocco says:

    The news was sad but I’m encouraged by your humility and faith in our Lord. Trusting God after the loss of life is a great challenge.

  2. Deborah says:

    So sorry and praying. You are not strangers to suffering. Praying for God’s peace and comfort.

  3. Shatz says:

    I am deeply humbled by your struggle and faith walk. Thank you for sharing, Will continue to pray for the wonderful plans He has for all our lives.

  4. Diane Hamersley says:

    I am weeping with you, Dear Abby, John and Boys…and praying God’s Holy and merciful Spirit will uphold you through this valley…one we know you have painfully walked before. God does love you, as you know.

  5. Vonda McNeil says:

    I’m so sorry! I hate that your sweet family is experiencing loss yet again. I was reading this and, like you, looking for the “beauty from ashes.” The loss of this precious life is clearly the “ashes,” but your testimony, your courage, and your unwavering faith is truly beautiful! You’re journey is ministering to each soul you’ve encountered along the way. I can only imagine the hearts you’ll be uniquely equipped to comfort in the future! Sending hugs & prayers!

  6. Joy Bailey says:

    Grieving and crying with you this morning. I already know our God and Savior has His arms around you in this time of loss. Words of a song are ringing through my mind: “Sometimes miracles hide. Sometimes blessings are wrapped in disguise. And it may take this lifetime to know the reason with our eyes, because sometimes miracles hide.” I pray that God will guide you and your physicians into the next steps of your journey.

  7. Beth says:

    Sending prayers.

  8. We are grieving with you also, and pray that God would direct your path and make it clear if you should try again. You both are the living embodiment of this verse- for better or worse: “Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.” Rom. 5:3-5

    As I read this blog of a woman whose husband is dying from ALS (http://www.bostern.com/), I am so encouraged by her last two sentences:

    We do not sorrow as those without hope. Especially at Christmas.

  9. godsg8t says:

    Thinking of you all knowing that God knows best and makes no mistakes…

  10. Jeff Wadley says:

    I will never forget your kind words to us when you encouraged us in the midst of our ongoing trials with Percy…calling us to remember that “you love Percy a ton, but God loves him more”! Though bittersweet to hear, the impact of your statement still lives with us, and makes the difficult days somewhat easier knowing that our finite minds and wasting bodies are not suffering without the direction of our sovereign God who created all things for his glory. May the God who created you and your little ones comfort you in the most desperate places, and the body of Christ wrap its arms around your clan.

  11. barbershoppe says:

    I got to you through Cake Wrecks a few years ago. Your faith is an inspiration and encouragement to me. May the Lord Himself counsel you with his eye upon you and instruct you in the way you should go.
    Psalm 32:8 I am so sorry for your pain.

  12. Rebecca says:

    Wow- I saw someone’s comment on another blog about your family, which is what led me to your blog. I had no idea you were working with the NEDC. We had a great experience with their staff and have never known another family familiar with embryo adoption. I’ll be following your story and praying for your family!

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