Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Learning to Trust the Designer & His Plans for us



  This weekend past our family experienced the loss of our precious unborn baby. 

You may have read this post where I shared the exciting news regarding my mom’s seventh pregnancy.  But the Lord had different plans for us and He decided to take our little one home to be with Him rather than allowing my mother to carry to full term.

It certainly isn’t easy to accept something that we may see as an error, but over and over again we realise that the Lord is indeed the one who orchestrates everything, and that this miscarriage was definitely not a mistake.  Nor did it take Him by surprise...

The Lord wants us to trust Him; to have complete faith in His abilities and to rely on Him for all our needs.  Last night I again was reminded to leave everything in our Father’s hands when I turned to Psalm 37 whilst reading my Bible.  The words ‘trust’, ‘commit’ and ‘be still’ stood out to me as I went over them. 
Whatever we may be going through as a family, we can rest and be sure that the Lord is there and that He is grieving right alongside us.

Much love,
Kelly-Anne

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

So sorry to hear about that Kelly, please give your folks our love. And please say I'm sorry for being such a terrible correspondent... we miss you guys xxxxx annelies

Mumz Aunty Pam said...

My love to you and your sweet family my darling. Our Lord loves you so much.

Lots of love Aunty Pam

Emily Grobler said...

Dear Kelly, lots of love from us and big hugs. You are God's precious children and very dear to Him. Every hard thing that has happened to me has only worked together for the good, if even just to strengthen my relationship with Him. Bless you all!

Heidi-Mari said...

My Dear Friend,
I'm so sorry for your loss, I know all to well what you're going thru!
I can only agree with you, God is good and we just need to trust him!
Lots of love to you all
Heidi

Kelly-Anne said...

Thank you each for your very precious and thoughtful comments! I was so encouraged reading them! Much love to you all<3 Kelly-Anne xxx

Urban Homestead South Africa said...

I am so sorry to hear this Kelly Anne. Please pass my love onto your folks.