Thursday, March 14, 2013

A new day

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Psalms 30:5 "For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." 

I am standing on the promise that weeping may be here for the moment but Joy cometh in the morning! God said He wouldn't leave us comfortless but He would be our comfort. I have complete faith He is holding my husband and I through this dark spot in our life. Today I woke up with a peace and comfort, I know most people would be crying and asking why but God has just gave me a peace that lets me know He has a plan. 

Today I am opening my windows and cleaning my house! I am praying for God's divine will in my life and for His guidance on where He wants me to go and what He wants me to do for His glory and honor. 

What do you do in times of trouble and heartache? Share below and let others know how you cope with things?

Be Blessed,

Regina Cozad


  1. Regina,
    one year ago I held in my arms the a perfect newly delivered baby girl of a young couple in our church. Her name is Isabella and while I held her body her spirit was already with the Lord. Isabella was stillborn two weeks before her delivery date. The pregnancy had been normal and to this day we don't know why her heart stopped beating. One of the hardest things I have ever done was to hold that precious little girl in my arms. Since then I have walkalong side her parents as they have mourned their daughter. The Lord provided a wonderful little book by Jack Hayford entitled "I'll Hold You In Heaven" Here is a quote from the back cover. You can buy the book on amazon.

    You may be among the great number of women and men who have planned, prepared and prayed for a child, but the baby was stillborn—dead on arrival. Perhaps you are one of the thousands of parents whose newborn babies lived so short a life as to have hardly truly arrived—babies whoso/ died a few hours, days or weeks after birth. Together, parents of the stillborn and of the newly born who die form a distinct group of people who had a baby they never got to keep.

    I know this is a difficult time. As you mourn also be sure to celebrate the baby's life and maybe have a little ceremony, release balloons, write the baby a note anything that will help you has you walk this difficult path.

    1. Thank you so much for this. I will look into buying I'll Hold you in Heaven. This is very hard but everyday I trust God to bring me through. I wish and pray that my little one could have stayed here and at times I cry but I know that God wanted her/him and I just have to wait til Heaven to see her/him. Thanks for stopping by and leaving this beautiful comment for me. I appreciate it and hope you come by more often. God bless.


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