For those of you who are Spiritual/Christian...

Discussion in 'Miscarriage Support' started by LilDreamy, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. LilDreamy

    LilDreamy Guest

    Hi girls. =]

    I don't know why, but I was thinking alot last night.

    It was one of those nights where you don't sleep at all, you just stay up all night thinking.

    You guys might think this is weird, but it has deffinately brought me alot of comfort.

    So here it goes... maybe this will bring you a little comfort as well...

    So

    We all have a Spirit and a Body, right?
    Our body is just our shell...

    I was thinking... "Is our spirit formed the same time our body is" I don't think so. I think it happens before our bodies are fully formed.

    So if that is the case... maybe our little ones haven't passed away... they are just waiting for the right time and will come with our next baby that is born.

    Maybe they were there forming, but something went wrong with forming the shell(The body), so there they wait probably just as upset that they have to wait a little longer as you. But when the right shell comes they will be able to greet the world.

    So there your precious baby waits, waiting for the opportune time to be born.
    So you haven't lost your baby... you're just having to wait a little longer to meet him or her. :D

    Not saying that, that is what happens. Since I cannot say things that I do not know if are true. But it is what I would like to believe. And I am just waiting to meet my precious baby. :)
     
  2. Andypanda6570

    Andypanda6570 3 Boys and an Angel Ava

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    I lost my Ava at 20 weeks on March 3rd, I gave birth to her in my home. Ever since I have been an empty shell. I had a total stranger come up to me on November 4th and say to me you need to let go now and stop being SAD, she is ok, you are very blessed and good things will happen for you, but your sadness has to stop and you need to let go :cry::cry::cry::cry: She said please don't think I am crazy but something inside of me made me approach you an tell you this and then she said God hears your prayers every night ( I do pray every single night, every single night) she then hugged me got into her truck and left.
    She had NO idea why she was giving me this message but I knew why, I begged God to send me something to let me know my Ava was ok and there it was. So yes our babies are up in heaven waiting for us but for now they want us to live and enjoy life cause they know the day is coming when we will be theirs forever and they wont have to share us anymore..
    XOOXO So sorry for your loss :hugs::hugs::hugs::hugs::hugs::hugs::hugs::hugs:
     
  3. SabrinaKat

    SabrinaKat Delighted Mum to Finn

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    My beloved FIL died a few months after my mc and I like to think that he's looking after the baby, and the two of them are having a great time 'up there'!

    best wishes
     
  4. amotherslove

    amotherslove MamaToLilyLucyAndLila<3

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    i'm not christian, but if i were i think that because the soul had been placed in the lost babys body that perhaps it would go to heaven.. i'm unsure though as i really don't know what scripture says. even not being christian i talk about her as if she is in heaven.. its just a nice thought.
     
  5. Perfect_pink

    Perfect_pink Well-Known Member

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    Im not religeous at all but after i lost ollie i saw a spiritulist, everything he said was spot on things that happened that only me my husband n oliver new ( he died at 2 days old 3 months before my mc) so i defo think theres something eles i just cant grt my head around what n i think everyone is entitled to belive what ever they want x
     
  6. aviolet

    aviolet Mommy of 1 angel

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    I am Christian and the scriptures highlight Christ's love for children and their innocence. There is a passage somewhere that also says before we were even formed in the womb, He knew us. I interpret that as describing the spirit, and that there is life, even if physically the body has not fully developed. But I don't believe in reincarnation, and I don't think I'd want my baby to bounce from body to body until it found the right one. I'm not saying that's what you described, that's just how I look at it. I'm glad you've found something that gives you comfort, and I've met a few women who share this view. But I think our babies are waiting for us in Heaven, and I believe it's supported by the Bible, which is what gives me hope. :hugs:
     
  7. nursekelly

    nursekelly Well-Known Member

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    i have had the same thought before and it gives me some comfort in thinking that my sweet baby will make it to me someday :)
     
  8. mumwannabe

    mumwannabe Well-Known Member

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    I've heard something like this before (although not about mc). I have also wondered about it myself recently after having a MC earlier this year, and I think it might be a nice way deal with my loss.

    I'm not a practicing Christian as I don't know the bible all that well and don't go to Church. But I have been Christianed, and also felt I had to be married in Church. And when I am in Church, I do feel really comfortable being there.

    I also believe that there is something else waiting for us on the other side.
    Thank you for posting this as I think it might really help me. My sister, on the other hand, doesn't believe in these things, but is starting to wonder about them now after losing her baby to stillbirth.

    :hug:
     

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