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03/12/12 — "The womb looked pregnant, but there was no baby and no heartbeat…"
There is no way I can share here all that God has done for me through you, Andrew and Jamie. I always said that the only way to convey my gratitude to you will be when we get to heaven and I give you a hug and let my heart tell you in the heavenly language.
A little over two years ago, after discovering that I was pregnant, I went in for my first doctor’s visit. While carrying out the routine ultrasound check, I noticed that the doctor was unusually silent and was staring at the monitor with a puzzled look on her face. Upon inquiry, she told me that she couldn’t see any baby. The womb looked pregnant, but there was no baby and no heartbeat either. She actually showed me the scan, and truly, there was no baby (this was my third pregnancy, so I was familiar with ultrasounds).
The doctor went ahead to explain that it’s either that I was only a few days pregnant (by my calculations, however, I couldn’t be less than eight weeks along) or that the pregnancy was not viable. I could see that she believed it was the second case. She went ahead to give me the options for flushing out the baby.
Before this time, I would have been devastated and would have broken down and gone to pieces there in the doctor’s office. Instead, I had this strange calm about me. I had been listening to you, Andrew, and also renewing my mind with scriptures. As a matter of fact, I had been studying the early chapters of Luke, and I know the Lord gave me Luke 1:66 for the baby.
The doctor ordered a more detailed ultrasound for later in the afternoon. In the meantime, I went to a corner and talked with God. I told Him I trusted Him and was not angry at Him, because He had no hand in this. And I asked Him to take control. I also spoke to my body and commanded the baby to show and for everything to normalize. Finally, I called the Andrew Wommack Ministries Helpline and had a prayer minister agree with me.
I went in for the second ultrasound, and lo and behold, there was the baby and the heartbeat loud and clear! It was 185 beats a minute, above average, and very, very viable indeed.
I have since had the baby, and she will be two years old in August. I praise God Almighty and can only say, as in Luke 1:66 ,“What then is this child going to be, for the Lord’s hands is with her!” PRAISE GOD!
C. E. Greenbelt, Maryland