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  1. I’m so excited for you Tasha!! I’ve been waiting for this chapter in your life with expectation; and I smile every time I think about you and your daughter!! 😀 Thanks for the reminder in this “TRUTH” snack! I’m going to study the Shunammite Woman more and pray that God work in me Shunammite Woman Faith!! Isn’t it amazing that she said, “All is well?” wow!! That’s some awesome ability to cling to God’s promises and see beyond the natural here & now!!! Blessings to you, my friend!!
    Rhonda

  2. Amanda Rose says:

    Natasha,
    I just recently found your blog and I am so thankful I did!! We have been going thru infertility for 6 1/2 years. 3 failed IVF attempts. Thru your blog I’ve began to realize Gods purpose of building my faith thru this horrible time. Thank you so much for your openness and I love how you share Gods word! God is using you to bless my heart and once again draw closer to God!!
    God Bless!

    Amanda

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      Oh, Amanda– I’m so thankful! May you be blessed through the stories here. <3 <3

  3. Hi Natasha,

    I have been following your blog for probably three years now. It’s been four years since my husband and I first started trying to get pregnant. Your ups and downs have mirrored my own, and your faith and hope has been an incredible encouragement to me.

    I had a miscarriage last year, and, because of that, I started going to an alternative medicine clinic to address my physical health issues. Around the same time I started going to the clinic, I started listening to a podcast called the Daily Audio Bible. The host of the podcast, Brian, reads portions of the Bible every day, reading through the whole thing in one year. He doesn’t just read the Bible, however; he also plays prayer requests that people call in throughout the week. I have called in a few times throughout the year, asking people to pray for my struggles with infertility. It has been such a blessing to me to know that people I don’t even know are praying for me.

    About a month and a half ago, we felt like God was telling us to move. So we’re going through all the stuff that comes with buying and selling a house and have really had to trust God completely through it all. Just completely surrender to him.

    Then, yesterday, as I’m listening to the prayer requests on the Daily Audio Bible, I hear Benjamin from New Zealand (!) call in and say that he had a vision that someone who was having a problem having a baby was going to have a baby. That there was something wrong with this person, but there isn’t anymore. That it was going to be a miracle baby. Well, I got chills and started sobbing when I heard that because I believe he called around last Sunday the 5th. And amazingly enough my husband and I tried to conceive over the weekend for the first time in a year and a half! Sunday was actually the day that I ovulated and when conception would have most likely taken place. That’s too amazing to be coincidence.

    I still can’t believe it’s true. That God would choose a man in New Zealand to tell me that I’m going to have a baby. It’s too early to know for sure if I’m pregnant or not, but God has given me faith to believe that he will give me what he has promised.

    I just had to share this because your post today was spot on with what I’m going through.

    God bless you, Natasha!

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      Oh, wow, Sarah! Am praying that God reveals Himself to you in a deeper way than you’ve ever seen before. Looking forward to hearing the rest of your story someday. <3 <3

      1. Anonymous says:

        I found out yesterday that I am indeed pregnant! I’m 4
        weeks today, and I don’t know what the future holds. But God is faithful, and I am holding onto his promises. Thanks for your prayers and encouragement!

        1. Natasha Metzler says:

          so exciting! <3 Continuing to pray!

    2. Casey Kohlman says:

      Sarah,

      I am praying for you! I just read your response to this post and am in almost the same situation. My husband and I have also been trying to have children for ((almost)) 4 years now and we also had a miscarriage last year in August. I don’t think it is a mistake that we both commented on this post today! I am encouraged by you and praying that your womb is indeed full as we “speak.” No matter the case, please know that you have yet another prayer warrior who is experiencing almost the exact same thing you are!

      Casey*

      1. Casey,

        Wow! We also have been trying to have children for almost four years. We actually started in January 2011. And my miscarriage also happened in August. I am convinced that God used this blog to bring us together and find out that we have a very similar story, just so we can pray for each other. Thank you so much for your prayers and know that you are in mine as well.

        To God be the glory!

  4. Casey Kohlman says:

    Natasha,

    I have just recently found your blog and I am so blessed by it. I read the “But Why Does She Get Babies” post and felt like you had looked into my heart and poured out its contents on the page!

    I am most encouraged by the enormous amount of Truth presented straight from God’s Word in each post. Thank you for this path of ministry in which you are faithfully serving God and presenting a Christ – centered perspective on an issue that many suffer from ((I have recently discovered)), but few are open about. The Lord is using you in my life.

    Love and Prayers,

    Casey*

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      I am so thankful that you have been blessed– and that God is working.

      And thanks for taking time to comment. Your encouragement means so much!

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