“Fruits Of The Womb”
It was November 10th 2017, I wouldn’t forget it because it was my birthday when I found out I was pregnant. It was one of the happiest days of my life.
How perfect was it that my best friend and I were pregnant together. We went away for my birthday so we had all our friends around us to celebrate.
The week that followed I started getting heavy pains and I knew something was terribly wrong but I went to the doctor and he confirmed I was pregnant but couldn’t hear a heartbeat yet so he asked me to come the following week.
It was the 25th of November I started bleeding and it never stopped I was in so much pain I could hardly walk to the bathroom. I knew then and there that I had lost the baby.
Went to the doctor and my worst nightmare came true, the doctor said “sorry but you had a miscarriage”.
My heart literally fell to the ground like I could hardly breathe, I felt numb and I lost all sense of what was happening around me physically.
I battled spiritually to understand why this would happened to someone who really wanted a child. I started to blame myself and God. I drifted away from Him so far that I didn’t know how to get back. My best friend who was still pregnant at the time tried to not do or say any thing to do with pregnancy and babies. It took me so time but I got over the hurt and resentment.
My best friends made me realize something that in order for you to receive breakthrough in your life you need to stand behind that person that has that breakthrough and it will soon come to you.
Then she spoke out with a loud voice and said, “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb!
– Luke 1:42 NKJV.
So I surrounded myself with women of breakthrough and continued to believe that someday soon God would bless us with a child. I helped my best friend with everything you could think of in preparation for the arrival of the baby. And so God healed my heart through her.
On her baby shower, that sadness came returned but God already had a plan in action. Her friend called me out and started prophesying that this time next year I would be holding my baby. Something leaped within me and I kept that prophecy in my heart and believed it would come true. I literally ran with it.
“Blessed is she who believed, for there will be a fulfillment of those things which were told her from the Lord.”
– Luke 1:45 NKJV.
We prayed it through and we believed that God would fulfill His promises. And man did He!!
I am 35 weeks pregnant with a baby girl and it’s exactly 10 months ago that the prophecy was released. We can not wait to welcome our rainbow baby into this world.