“When Prayer is Difficult”

 

  Dearest Lord Jesus,
Before Your Divine Presence I kneel and calm myself that I may invoke Your perfect gift of the Holy Spirit to reveal Your will in my current situation.
As I spent a long week praying and requesting prayers at this time three years ago.

My precious niece who was expecting for the first time lost her baby in her first trimester in August of 2014. And as I bow before the King of Heaven and earth I begged You Lord Jesus to bring her comfort the kind of comfort that only You can bring Dear Jesus.
I realize this precious infant is with You Lord Jesus! It is our loss that we will never cuddle this precious bundle closely to our earthly bodies inhaling that awesome sweet smell that only a newborn possesses. Those first sweet kisses of your perfect little cheeks, the incredible awe of counting your tiny little fingers and toes. That cute little fist that grabs our finger and holds on for life as if you are grabbing our heart to form a bond only meant for you. I know that you were a perfect miracle my sweet little angel and I will meet you at the heavenly gates I Love you precious angel Your Great Aun-tie Nana XOXOXO

Before you were born I formed you in the womb I knew you.
Isaiah 1:5

It is difficult to be a grownup and watch someone you love so much go through struggles, frustration and pain. When all you can do is watch and pray that they will be able to move past that place where they are not sure why? Where? How? To precede forward and you can stand there and allow your presence and support for them to be known. But you are also are praying for the wisdom to share to bring them hope in a place that seems to have stolen their hope. To share with them that this to will pass and we will again embrace the Glory, Hope, and Peace of His own Divine Presence! We will again proclaim His Victories in our lives!

My nieces own words 3 years ago:
Well it’s official I got the all clear from the doctor yesterday, I am so sad by the way it all turned out but to have u in my life my dear little one for a brief moment was all my heart ever wanted. You were my greatest wish come true and I will be a better woman for knowing you were there. Love u more than words have ever been written in this life.
Love you so much!

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About Marie Bride: Avid reader and lover of books from the time I learned my prayers at age three. Passionately in love with the Lover of my soul Lord Jesus our King of Glory! Child of the Heavenly Father, daughter, sister, niece, cousin, aunt, great aunt and godmother. Past choir and hand bell member, wife, Catechist teacher, Religious formation teacher, Eucharistic Minister, Christ Renews His Parish participant and team member, high-end retail sales representative, financial advisor and numerous other events and activities.

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3 responses to ““When Prayer is Difficult”

  1. What beautiful words your niece had! I know the loss of miscarriage and it hurts so much, but God does comfort in a way that no one else can. Your niece is blessed to have you in her life.

    Blessings to you, dear Marie!

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  2. I read about your sister’s baby, and was so saddened. I try to pray for as many as possible and find myself reluctant even to share the miracle I witnessed in a baby girl, but He is the healer of broken hearts and there is hope. I want us to be able to look past theology and see Him and His sacrifice. He is our peace, may she find that in Him.

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