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  1. Casey Kohlman says:

    How do you pour MY heart out onto YOUR “paper” with each of these posts? I thank God for a kindred spirit in you. :] Thank you again.

    1. I am so, so thankful that you’re able to connect with me here. Sometimes half the battle is knowing I’m not alone. 🙂 Thank you for commenting, Casey, and for your encouragement. <3

  2. Oh, Tasha, this is one of your most powerful posts! Your rawness, the honesty with which you share your feelings, and then the connection you make with the truth of God’s never-ending love for us (despite what we sometimes feel or think), combines to reconnect us with the hope we sometimes lose sight of. Been there, was gently led into the light, and am so grateful. Yes joy!

  3. Thank you for sharing this, just what I needed. My journey has been 6 long years and oh how I blamed God and was so mad about all my losses. Now after our last loss earlier this year, it was the end for me trying, and my marriage and life got turned upside down. I’m still hanging on to our marriage and through all the pain the last 6 months it has brought me back to the Lord and my faith is stronger then ever. I am not in control of any of the situations going on, only He is and I just have to take it a day at a time. Praying for a miracle while walking in Joy.

  4. Such a great post! I don’t despise this season that I am in because I know that it is is shaping and molding me. God isn’t going to let any of what the devil means for my harm to go to waste and I want Him to use it all for His glory. Thank you for sharing this post!

  5. I love this post, exactly what I needed to hear as I have definitely struggled with a lack of joy lately! Thank you so much for sharing! Romans 12v12 ‘be joyful in hope’ 🙂

  6. Joy? Yes! I’m six years into it and God has been teaching me lately to be thankful for my infertility. As you said, everything is stripped away until it’s just me and Him. Through the first few verses of Romans 5, God has shown me that this, this trial of infertility, is not just A trial…this is MY trial. The big trial of my life, and I should rejoice knowing that my Father cares enough for me to give me this trial that is making me more like Jesus. Yes, there is joy in infertility! Thank you, Natasha.

  7. Karen Stone says:

    I can’t believe this was sitting in my inbox this morning. After a night of a complete meltdown, crying, yelling, begging, etc. I feel like this was written just for me. My sister just delivered her 4th beautiful baby and as I watched her greet her little one for the 4th time, something inside me broke. 2 weeks ago I had my 2nd miscarriage. I don’t know how to get through this gracefully but thank you for these words, I’m sure I will need to read them over and over again.

    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      Oh, friend. <3 May you taste the love of your Father-God as you walk through this trial. {hugs}

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