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From: Josies-angel
Date: Monday, December 02, 2019 9:31 PM
To: Bruce
Subject: Re: ADC from Unborn Child
Bruce after reading your reply I felt compelled to speak to you again. The thought that came to me was as painful as it was losing your child it may have been God's way of sparing you more pain. Im not sure what that pain would entail but God has a plan for us all and for some reason your child was not meant to come into this world at that time.

Bruce I lost my 19 year old son back in 1990 and it was not easy to get through but I found the strength to get through it and that is when my spiritual journey began. I wanted to know where he was, how he was, what he was doing,I wanted to know everything I could about the after life. When it first happened I actually wanted to die,I could not imagine my life without him but in time I realize that God must have needed him more there and I have accepted that.I miss him a lot and I always will but I know without a doubt that he is still around me.
Im not making this about me but I wanted you to understand. I know you and your wife are hurting and its not an easy road to walk down but I promise you this, you all WILL make it through this and if you think about it after losing your child thats when you began exploring the spiritual side of life.

I hope I have not overstepped my bounds here and upset you further, that is not my intention at all. I pray for you and your wife to eventually find peace in your hearts, there is no doubt in my mind that is what your sweet child wants for you too. Knowing you all are okay would be a wonderful gift to her.

You mentioned that your daughter did not speak in your dreams last night, that is okay,I agree with you she just wants you to know she is with you.

 
 
   
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