Prayers and Promises for Supernatural Childbirth

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Harrison House Publishers, Oct 1, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 91 pages
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A Bundle of Joy for Every Woman Whose Heart Longs to be a Mommy Ten million people each year suffer--often in private shame and pain--because they've been told that they can never conceive children of their own as a couple (literally billions of dollars are spent each year on fertility cures); or because they've been conditioned to believe that it's normal to struggle through a painful and difficult pregnancy; or because they fear whether they have what it takes to be affirming, joyful parents. Jackie Mize--who was told it was impossible for her to have a baby and who is now the mother of four beautiful children--provides readers with a supernatural answer. Filled with powerful and intimate scriptural prayers, this little book gives readers a way to come before Father God in faith with issues from having a difficult time getting pregnant to joyfully cradling that precious gift from God in their arms. By taking an expectant mother--or a women who desperately wants to be expecting--through God's promises for her and her baby's future, Prayers and Promises for Supernatural Childbirth is a bundle of joy that delivers hope and encouragement, while chasing away doubts and fears. Specific issues covered in the scriptural prayers include: fulfillment over barrenness; the threat of miscarriage; a joyful delivery day; and dedicating one's baby to God.
 

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User Review  - Giggle - Christianbook.com

This book has some great prayers. But they are just taken from the complete book "supernatural childbirth" they are not in addition to the prayers in the original book. I would recommend that you ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sandrell Bentley - Christianbook.com

This book was given to me by one of my online firends after I had a miscarriage. I thank God for giving her the vision to give me this books. It helped me through a very tough time. I conceived within ... Read full review

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Contents

Dealing With Fear and Thoughts
24
Psalm 91
29
Psalm 103
32
Desire To Conceive Fulfillment Over Barrenness
34
During Pregnancy or Threatening Miscarriage
45
Delivery
55
Baby Dedication
57
Testimonies
61
Conclusion
90
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About the author (2005)

Jackie Mize ministers alongside her husband, Terry, as traveling missionaries around the globe. She was told that she could never have children naturally and, as a result, fully understands that her four children--who travel with their parents in ministry--are a gift from God. Jackie is a founder of the Missions Committee of the International Convention of Faith Ministries is a board member of Victory Missions Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Mizes make their home in Texarkana, Texas.

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