I'm reading this book Moments for Couples who long for children by Ginger Garrett. and its just little short stories and I read the first story and I'm on the second one and it really has me thinking. It mentions many women who struggled with infertility and how God ultimately answered each of their prayers as a unique part of His plan for their lives. It says God is not blind to barrenness and that the Bible proves that He is aware and that He is working on bringing about His plan for our lives even when we lose all hope. And these women Honored God as they waited for His answer. So I guess my question is or thought is am I not honoring him or am I interuppting His plan by getting procedures done and trying to fix this myself? I've often thought that He isn't hearing my prayers and that I've gotta make this happen if I want to be a mom. I know He knows my future so am I wrong to try and create a future for myself as a mom? I'm confused and guess I just need to pray about it but thought I would get some thoughts from others. Thanks for considering this. Have a great day.
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