When there are no words

By Karen Isbell

I just need a place to process this morning…my heart is heavy.

My cousin lost her daughter yesterday, 3 days before the due date.

I have no words.

I can’t begin to imagine the heartache and grief.

To never hear her cry. To never see her smile. To never hold her hand, all the things you wait in eager anticipation for 9 months

My brain and heart cannot comprehend it

I am thankful when I don’t have words that His promises are there for me and others to cling too.

“For we know He works all things for the good of those who love Him and are called according to His purposes” Romans 8:28

1 Comment on When there are no words

  1. Lynn
    March 26, 2012 at 11:01 am (6 years ago)

    Karen, I am so sorry!!! I will be praying for each of you! We have very sweet friends who lost their first born son the same way. She has a blog that has helped her through the healing process, which they are still in the healing process – it has been just about three years ago. Here is her blog…when the time is right – feel free to share with your cousin. And I know it will also bless your heart.
    http://www.thoughtsfromacloud.com/
    Love you!!

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