Friday, May 28, 2010

Sweetly Broken, Wholly Surrendered

The day arrived.

My little ones due date came and went. Since it was winter when they died there was far too much snow on the ground to bury them. We decided to wait and bury them on their due date which was May.21 st and along with them the planting of a tree.

I hesitated on whether to show these...that is why it is a week later. If I offend anyone, I am sorry.

Each picture tells a story and has special meaning to me. It is how I needed to capture and remember this whole journey and its conclusion.

The new song(Sweetly Broken)playing on my playlist is the song of my heart these days. The words comfort and restore me...

"At the cross You beckon me
You draw me gently to my knees, and I am
Lost for words, so lost in love,
I’m sweetly broken, wholly surrendered "

"In awe of the cross I must confess
How wondrous Your redeeming love and
How great is Your faithfulness"


Anonymous said...

heartwrenching yet beautiful


Alison said...

The Golden Weeping Willow is such a beautiful choice! As a mom of twins, I will say special prayers for your dear little ones. As a mom of 3 miscarried little ones, I will say special prayers for you. Thank you for sharing your story. God Bless.

Anonymous said...

What words are there? What a wonderful testament to your faith and family. Good job Momma and tradesman. May the Lord bless your womb and bring your dreams and longings to fruition. Thank you for your blog and your honesty. I don`t see how anything you posted could have offended anyone, it was beautiful. Lord bless you and your family and may He enlarge your boarders and territory for His Glory, Amen- blessings-K

M Farris said...

When I first ran into your blog it was when you were still praying and believing that God would save the babies. A friend had posted it on facebook and asked everyone to pray. Immediately I began praying and starterd following this blog to see what would happen. I cry with you... and pray for you and your famliy. I know that you will all be together again one day, where the streets have no names, and we will all call out; Glory, Glory, to the Highest! No more pain! Halleljuah, no more death! I have a half brother (2 1/2) and a half sister (3 months) who tasted death long before I was born... I will know them, and love them there.
We simply have more to go home too! Come Lord Jesus!!!

Anonymous said...

M Ferris, I could not have said it better myself! What joy we have in the Rapture!!-K

Erin said...

Love you, Sher. Thanks for sharing the beautiful pics.

Dawnelle said...

so beautiful.

momofmany said...

what beautiful, haunting photos... thank you so much for sharing such a tender, private moment...

Anonymous said...

Tears streaming down my cheeks.

Thank you for sharing such intimate moments.

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