Losing a child (at any age) is never easy.

The following excerpt is from a blog called 1st Timothy 4:12.

I sincerely hope it is a help and an encouragement to those who have gone (or are currently going) through such a loss.

“No matter whether you have known about the baby only for a day, or if he or she has been born and is a beautiful, mischievous toddler or even older, losing a child is one of the hardest and most heartbreaking experiences for someone to go through. It is one of the experiences that feels most fundamentally unfair in this world. It is like having a piece of your heart ripped out, leaving a hole that will never be filled. For a woman to find out she is pregnant, whether the baby is “wanted” or not, is a huge emotional roller coaster. To suddenly have that taken away, to have only that emptiness where a child once lived, is something no woman can ever forget. You might say ‘who are you to say what it feels like to lose a child? What could you possibly know?’ I don’t pretend to know what it feels like to lose a newborn, a toddler or a teen. I don’t even say I know what it feels like to lose a baby later on in pregnancy. But I do know what it feels like to see those two little pink lines on a pregnancy test, then to see them disappear and soon later to know without a shadow of a doubt that the baby no longer lives.”

You can read the entire article here here.

2 thoughts on “Losing a child (at any age) is never easy.

  1. Good article – thanks! After I got saved I took great comfort in Psalm 56:8 “Thou tellest my wanderings: put thou my tears into thy bottle: are they not in thy book?”. My daughter Mallory was stillborn in ’88 and nothing but Jesus can take the pain away. After reading His word I finally knew and realized God understood the pain as He gave His Son willingly compared to my unwilling loss. Only He truly understands.
    Michelle Grim
    Jude 1:24-25

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