Have you ever asked, "God, where are you? How could you let this happen to me? How can something good ever come out of this horrible situation?"These were the questions Patricia Jones asked God during the 133 days her baby spent in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) fighting for her life. The faith Patricia had stood on most of her life would be challenged when she founHave you ever asked, "God, where are you? How could you let this happen to me? How can something good ever come out of this horrible situation?"These were the questions Patricia Jones asked God during the 133 days her baby spent in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) fighting for her life. The faith Patricia had stood on most of her life would be challenged when she found herself questioning God’s promise, plan, and purpose.In this moving memoir, Jones writes about her family's search for answers and the miracles they experienced in the midst of the biggest storm of their lives. She learned to walk out her faith – not just quote Biblical verses. This is a story of how faith, hope and love helped one family triumph over pain, and the hidden treasures they discovered during their journey.Jones reminds us that God can truly work miracles and that the lessons we learn from our most difficult trials can bring us the greatest joy and peace of heart....
|Title||:||a miracle in the making a journey of faith hope love|
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|Number of Pages||:||93 Pages|
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a miracle in the making a journey of faith hope love Reviews
So glad for happy endingsHaving a preemie myself I can relate to how she felt. Granted my child was only a month early but had health issues that were life threatening. The Dr said if he wouldn't have came early we both would have died so very blessed. GOD is good.
A heart wrenching diary surrounding giving birth to a preemie. Becoming a new mom is an exciting, scary adventure. When things go wrong in pregnancy, anxiety and fear begin to attack. It becomes difficult to trust God when the natural world is telling you that all hope is lost. I recently watched my step-daughter go through the NICU journey with our granddaughter and I can attest to the scariness of that situation. This book will be very helpful to those who are presently in the NICU journey, since the author is very technical with details of all the overwhelming medical equipment and terms used to describe what was happening with her daughter. The author also tells of her journey with Lupus and the struggle of her pregnancy while suffering from that disease. Anyone who has an auto-immune disease and wonders if they can make it through pregnancy will be encouraged by the hope and tenacity that Ms Jones portrays in her journey. Madison's journey is not over, so I anticipate that the author will give us another glimpse of her life in the future.
Very IntenseWhat an amazing story. You catch yourself holding your breath, not even realizing how much you are waiting for the next report to be a positive one. With each chapter, you become more invested in this baby's outcome. The whole family's outcome. You find yourself rejoicing with them and shedding tears with them. The only negative aspect I found in this book was that there were no photos. I would have enjoyed seeing family photos to put faces to those I felt I had been in the trenches with. It was a very moving tale. It is heavy on the religion, which I would normally be put off by, to be honest. But, one, you realize that was her coping mechanism, and to know her story, you had to know her religious convictions. Two, it wasn't far into the story that I found myself praying for divine intervention along with her. I would recommend it.
This book really puts you in the author’s shoes. It is real and passionate. You want to cry out with the author but keep reading to know what happens with each situation that arises. It gives you enough information to question God but the confidence in the end to know God was there through the good and bad. This book is truly inspirational.
Patricia has written a beautiful and vulnerable story of the premature birth of her baby and the strength is takes to trust God through the storm. I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs their faith in God to withstand their own storm.