Sunday, July 31, 2011

scripture and a snapsnot #4

i love this scripture. after 3 losses i had liam. i prayed so much when i was pregnant with him. i didn't want to lose him. i prayed every night for a healthy pregnancy, a fast, smooth, painless as possible delievery. i  never had any morning sickness. no high blood pressure. no gestational diabetes. he was born via csection because he wouldn't drop. after 7 hours on piticon, nearly the highest it would go, he was born within 25 minutes on december 21st, 2009 at 5:43pm. 7lb 12.5 ounces. 18 inches long. God knew it was time. liam was so worth the wait!

if you would like to participate, here is the information copied from her site:

Want to join in this challenge?
Here's how to participate:
1. Select a scripture.
My hope is that each week you will search your Bible and select a verse that has meaning for you.
Here's a link to a good Bible verse search engine.
2. Add a photo to it.
I hope that you will chose a photo that goes with your chosen scripture, and not just throw these two elements together. The photo can be from your archives or a new shot. Please only use your own photos. You can have the scripture on your photo, below it, make a collage - however you want, as long as the two elements are together!

3. Put the Scripture & a Snapshot button in your post.
You won't be deleted or banned if you don't. It just helps spread the word...and the Word. ;)
It also helps visitors from the blog hop quickly identify your Scripture & a Snapshot post.

4. Come back here and link up your post.
Please link directly to your Scripture & A Snapshot post, not the home page of your blog.

4 comments:

KT said...

This is gorgeous... I have been struggling to conceive for 2 years now... I pray everyday for a baby... When mine finally arrives, I will definitely be referencing this verse!

DevotionMama said...

So sweet! And such a great testimony of the power of prayer.

June Scott said...

So precious! Thank you for sharing your story, Rhonda! Blessings,

Angela said...

Beautful.