3.05.2013

.Oh Pregnancy.

I have been wanting to write this post for months and now I am typing still unsure of what I will say and worrying about sounding negative and ungrateful. Before I allow my mind and fingers to take over and do their thing, here is the ultimate truth:

I am honored my Heavenly Father chose me to be a mother.
I feel like a woman embracing my changing body.
I am privileged to experience the gift and pure miracle of pregnancy.
I feel a love brewing deep inside of me like none other.
I am comforted knowing my body was created to carry and deliver this little baby inside of me.
I feel the Lord's presence with each tiny kick.
I am amazed how God used my husband and I, together as one, to form this precious life.
I feel overwhelmed with joy and excitement thinking of my husband as a father.
I am happy.
I am blessed.
I am loved.

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As a little girl I did not dream of my wedding day or my prince charming, I dreamt of becoming a mommy. Though I did not understand pregnancy at this early stage in my life, I understood how special God created women--He gave us the opportunity to be with child. 

Dating Adam made this desire to be a mother become real; it painted an actual picture of a life I could have if it was in God's plan. Lucky for me, the Lord blessed Adam and I with an engagement..a wedding..a marriage..a life together..and now a baby.

This pregnancy has taken me and my poor body by surprise. It has not been how I imagined it would be growing up, it has not been what movies and television portray it as, it has not been what the blogging world and Pinterest display it as--it has been ugly and some of the most difficult times in my life thus far.

I have struggled with migraines and cysts my entire adult life and truly clung to the hope that becoming pregnant would solve everything..that it would finally balance my body out and take away the pain I have dealt with for years. Friends, it has not. This pregnancy I am afraid has only caused my body to become more unbalanced hormonally and has been the source of more headaches, more migraines, more sickness, more emotional breakdowns, and ironically more cysts. 

It has been difficult and I have physically felt miserable for months. 

The first trimester felt like it took years from my life. I am producing tears in my eyes as I type thinking back to those dark moments. For the first 8 weeks I was trapped. Trapped by sickness, trapped by depression, trapped by fear, trapped by pain, trapped in our house, and literally trapped in bed. I could barely get myself up to use the bathroom let alone shower. I have never experienced such extreme nausea in my whole life as I did during those first few months. It sent my body into panic attacks--heart pouding out of my chest, cold sweats, jelly legs, and goosebumps encompassing my entire body, screaming with fear of throwing up, head exploding with pain, crying out thinking I was dying. 

It sounds dramatic. It was but it was also real, too real.

My gag reflex was at an all time high and had me in absolute silence because talking caused a gagging fit which usually ended in spitting up bile. I had to sequester myself in our back bedroom. My nose could not handle any smell, even of lovely things like shampoo! The kitchen and refrigerator were my enemies. The mere thought of what was inside of the fridge sent me straight into sickness. Food became a necessity and a horror all at the same time. I needed to constantly snack to help deal with my nausea but the look-feel-smell-taste of food caused my body to cringe and stomach to be in knots.

It was a true battle, one I did not often win.

My migraines were out of control and because I was pregnant, I could not take my usual medications to help relieve the pain. I was helpless. Extra strength Tylenol, a head rub, and an icepack can only do so much when you are in a ridiculous amount of pain. I cried which only made the pounding in my head increase but I could not help it. I cried out to the Lord to end the pain. I just cried. When I tried to shower to bring relief to the headache I would end up curled in a ball on the shower floor preparing myself to faint which actually happened numerous times. It was awful.

My body had also produced two cysts (I am guessing before my body became pregnant) and as my body made room for my growing uterus and baby, the added pressure made the cyst pain unbearable. I could not walk, cough, sneeze, laugh, or attempt to go to the bathroom (pushing was not an option) without feeling a sharp stabbing pain. 

I was never alone during these times. I had my Heavenly Father with me every second and my husband.

I am having trouble finding the words to describe my husband during this ultra sensitive and difficult time and am wiping tears from my cheeks as I think of him. Adam is my best friend, my husband--this means he loves and likes me. Well friends, I saw and truly felt for the first time exactly how much my husband loves me and it touches my heart. He has been incredible and allowed me to feel God's love through his touch and his actions. Adam missed days at work to be with me, to take care of me, to love on me. He felt helpless through it all when in reality he did everything right. Adam knew when to be silent and simply hold my shaking body. He knew when to bring me a few cheese slices and immediately walk away. He knew when to pray out loud over my body, over our baby. He knew when I needed to be distracted and how to do so. He knew when to be stern with me causing me to eat and drink. He knew when to sit by my side in bed and caress my hair until I fell asleep. He knew when to rub my head and say "I'm sorry," during a bad migraine. He knew when to sit on the bathroom floor and tell me stories while I showered making sure I would not be alone in case I fainted.

I am crying right now. Father God, thank you for blessing me with this man. My life is better because of him. I am better because of him.

When Adam and I finally decided to tell our parents at 8-9 weeks pregnant my mother shared information with me I never thought of--call the doctor and get medicine! Moms are brilliant! My doctor scheduled my first visit for when I would be 10 weeks along so I did not have the chance to speak with her yet about anything. I had absolutely no idea there was medicine you could take while being pregnant. Adam came through once again and called my doctor for me since even that small task was a challenge for me. He brought home medicine to help with my nausea and I felt like a kid on Christmas morning. I instantly took my first dissolvable pill (generic Zofran) and immediately felt a change. It was nothing drastic but just enough to get me eating and actually attempt leaving our bedroom.

I had hope.

Adam had a business trip in DC for an entire week and was torn up about going. I was not able to truly function on my own yet and was scared to be alone for that time. The Lord worked it out for my parents to visit over Thanksgiving (they are from NJ, we live in VA) and for my mother to take a week off from her job to stay with me while Adam was away. I am beyond blessed with a family who loves me and willingly makes sacrifices for me. Having my mother here was exactly what the doctor ordered--she brought me such comfort, gave me loving advice, helped ease my mind during anxiety attacks, prepared every meal for me, took care of the girls I nanny so I could make my income for the week, tickled my back for hours as we watched movies together, helped cure my awful and most painful constipation I had for two weeks thanks to prune juice, Metamucil, and suppositories (things I never would have done if she was not here). My mother did was she does best..be a mom. I felt so loved the week she and I spent together and will remember it forever.

The remainder of the first trimester did not look much different than what I described earlier. A big change was the medication (both for nausea and for my migraines) and the relief it gave me. It was just enough for me to sit with Adam in our living room and watch a movie..just enough for me to take a shower without fainting..just enough for me to get my own snacks..just enough to laugh again. I was not well but my spirits were lifted.

I was ready for the second trimester and for all of this sickness to leave my body.

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The second trimester came and unfortunately no change. My body was consistently getting migraines, dealing with severe constipation, struggling with constant nausea, and had produced painful acne on my back and face. I continued to miss a lot of work and found myself depressed. I had been told by friends, family, and my doctor that the second trimester would be better--that my sickness would be gone, that I would feel good and enjoy pregnancy. When I realized this was not true my emotions were everywhere. I was never angry at God but I wondered what His plan was for me during this pregnancy. I wondered why I was suffering while other women felt alive and energetic and had that 'glow.' I felt (and still do) like I deserved a break from pain after all I had gone through in the past.

And then it happened.

Weeks 16 and 17 were a blessing from the Lord. I felt like Katie again and was able to wear real clothes, put make up on, and visit our friends! Adam and I were convinced I finally got over the sickness and this was a brand new chapter in this pregnancy.

After those two wonderful weeks my body was stricken again with sickness. This time it was mostly nausea and gagging. I could not bend over without gagging--could not speak to my husband without gagging--could not even sit in our vehicles without gagging--could not swallow any pills without gagging--could not even walk into the kitchen without gagging--it was awful. Once my body took over and was in the middle of a full, violent sounding gagging fit it would end with me spitting up whatever I had just eaten or drank or bile.

I am now 22 weeks along in my pregnancy and still sick. I continue to take a nausea pill before bed every night as well as my migraine medicine when it is needed (which is sadly quite often). I also take 2 stool softeners every night along with an average of 4-5 tums per day. I swear even a glass of water gives me heartburn. I am doing better in the sense I can prepare and cook certain meals, I can get myself up and showered and to the school to pick up the girls, I am able to run a few errands with Adam, occasionally go out to dinner with Adam, visit with friends and family for a short amount of time, and "attempt" at keeping up with dishes and laundry.

The truth is, I barely get out of the house besides for work but I am okay with that. I am comfortable at home, I have all my food at home (it's still a battle as nothing and everything sounds good and bad), my bed at home, my husband and dog at home. Adam has been given the name 'Chef' because he makes dinner every night after working a full day. He has continued to amaze me with his love and desire to take care of me. That man has done more cooking-cleaning-dishes-and laundry than I'm sure he ever thought he would do and has done it all with a smile knowing how much I appreciate his help and how happy it makes me.  He adds joy to this pregnancy and even during the hard times he finds a way to make me smile.

When people ask how I'm feeling I struggle to answer.

Do they really want to know I have been constipated for days and my stomach is as hard as a rock? Do they want to know I have to eat every hour to keep my nausea at a minimal? Do they want to hear about the painful, disgusting acne covering my entire back? Do they want to know I haven't showered in days? Do they want to know I cried myself to sleep the night before? Do they want to hear my sweet husband has been sleeping in our guest bedroom this entire pregnancy because I have trouble sleeping?

My response has been a simple smile and, "I'm okay. Taking it day by day. Some days are good while others are miserable. I'm okay."

It is hard for me to appear weak to others but things are looking up. The Lord is teaching me more about myself and molding me into the woman He desires me to be. When I am having a good day it is filled with love and laughter. My relationship with God and Adam have strengthened tremendously through this pregnancy. I ask for your prayers as I am only half way through--prayers for strength, optimism, and relief from the nausea and migraines. It has been a difficult journey thus far but I already know it is worth it.

I am honored my Heavenly Father chose me to be a mother.
I feel like a woman embracing my changing body.
I am privileged to experience the gift and pure miracle of pregnancy.
I feel a love brewing deep inside of me like none other.
I am comforted knowing my body was created to carry and deliver this little baby inside of me.
I feel the Lord's presence with each tiny kick.
I am amazed how God used my husband and I, together as one, to form this precious life.
I feel overwhelmed with joy and excitement thinking of my husband as a father.
I am happy.
I am blessed.
I am loved.

Here I am at 20 weeks.

29 comments:

  1. oh, sweet girl. i am so sorry you are experiencing such misery. my the Lord repay 10-fold what has been stolen from you, when your precious baby comes. you are strong!! hugs.

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  2. You are such a strong woman. Thank you for posting such a real view on pregnancy. I will send prayers your way for an easier time with your remaning weeks of pregnancy.

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  3. I'm so sorry you are sick Katie! I am at 24 weeks right now and I feel your pain. I have always gotten jealous of the women who were only sick during the first trimester, I'm still pretty sick myself and I know (from the other 3 pregnancies) it will last until baby #4 gets here. I'm glad you and your husband are drawing together! Have hope, baby will be here soon. <3 <3

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  4. I love you and am so proud to be your friend. You are consistently in our prayers and I do hope that someday you get relief from all of this. Thank you for being real on here but also for being honest about your faith and standing with it. You're an amazing mama and that little one knows it already. Love you!

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  5. Sorry you are having such a rough time. I can relate to the morning sickness, but not the migraines. I hope you continue to feel better and the rest of your pregnancy can be enjoyable for you.

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  6. Oh Katie you poor thing! Can you stomach fruit? I lived on smoothies and juice from my juicer for my 1st pregnancy, every pregnancy is different and once baby is here it will all be gone and worth it! Are you having a girl?

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  7. Hi, I've been lurking around here for a while but I don't think I've commented before, and we don't know each other, but I just wanted to tell you, you are not alone! And as I read this I was holding my beautiful 8 month old baby girl. My pregnancy wasn't as hard as yours is, but it was still pretty miserable for me. I don't think I even entered our kitchen until the third trimester, I just couldn't handle the smells or proximity to food. But it will get better! I was so relieved once my little one was here and so surprised that food was actually appetizing again, and that I felt so much better! Hang in there, you are halfway there!

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  8. Hi Katie. I am so sorry that you are suffering during what should be a happy time. But let me assure you that this will one day be only a faint memory. I had horrible pregnancies, I was pregnant with twins twice and I lose a twin with each pregnancy and carried the remaining fetus to term after spending the whole time on bedrest. My daughter was born healthy and on her due date. With my second pregnancy after I lost one of the babies my son's placenta grew over part of his twins placenta and I went into labor at 26 weeks. In order to prevent his delivery that early I spent to the next two months in and out of the hospital and on and off a number of medications all with horrid side effects. He was born on his due date too and arrived health and fat. I am not playing, "Who Had the Worst Pregnancy" and if we were you would win, but I just wanted you to that this trama will fade but you will remember the closeness between you and your husband and the special time you had with your mother and those memories will only improve with age. My children are now 24 and 22 and I enjoy a close relationship with them both but I feel espeically close connection with my son and I think that is in part due to the difficult pregnancy that we shared. It was my grandma that cooked for me and spent endless hours with me when I was shaking from one med and crying from another med. My husband was wonderful and we grew even closer while we dealt with my delivering a premature infant. It was all very stressful but I ended up with stronger relationships and the knowlegde that my husband and grandmother were the ones who cared for me because of their love for me. Hopefully looking forward to that can help you get throught this terribly hard time.
    I have suffered from migrains since I was 7 so I have tried lost of treatments. One of the most sucessful was Accupuncture. This was a great help during a time when I was having 3 -5 headaches a week. So think about giving it a try.
    I sincerely hope that you get a break in your last trimester, you have already paid your pregnancy dues. Take care/
    Traci

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  9. I am so sorry youre having such a hard time but I can promise you when that precious babe gets here you will not even care what you had to endure :) And youll probably even want to birth more babies in spite of what your body thinks of pregnancy! It is amazing what we can go through and then in the end we are rewarded with the most precious gift in this world.
    I have three children and all three pregnancies were much less than desirable. The last one was the worst - I was sick the entire 9 months but somehow I still managed to gain 60 pounds!
    Its all going to be okay, friend. God loves you and you love Him and He is going to work it out beautifully for you.
    Just keep the faith and continue to focus on the blessing that lies ahead. Your life will never be the same - and its going to rock :)

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  10. Oh Katie, I was hoping we'd hear from you soon, however, I hate to hear that you've had such a hard time! I found out a week ago today that I'm expecting (I'm 5 weeks along) and mostly I've just been extremely tired. My body is already feeling different, but not in a good or bad way, just in a different way. Maybe it's because I'm conscious of this growing life inside of me at all times? It's a strange thing, thinking that in 35 more weeks, I'll have a little baby. I hope you keep updating us on your progress and introduce us to the little one when the time comes. I wish you all the best!

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  11. Hang in there little mama. These are hard times. I can relate and experienced a host of things you talk about in your post. I'm praying that when you hold that sweet baby in your arms for the first time all of this suffering will feel worthwhile. You are making the biggest sacrifice any human could make and I can only promise you this, that it won't be in vain. This little baby is so blessed and fortunate to call you Mom.

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  12. I have been reading your blog for a while, but I have never commented... mainly because I am just a shy person. However, reading this, I just wanted you to know that you are not alone. I am due Sept. 1 with my second baby and am going through everything you are. My first pregnancy was not a walk in the park, but this one is way worse.

    I was pretty much bed ridden for the first trimester of my pregnancy because I was so nauseous that all I wanted to do was sleep. It was easier to sleep than to get myself out of bed and feel so sick all day. Even with Zofran it was terrible. I never actually threw up.. and that to me is worse. I would rather just throw up and get some relief than go through the entire day feeling miserable.

    Now, I am in my second trimester and although I am not nauseous all the time.... I do get nauseous and I am now throwing up. I normally only throw up bile though and sometimes I dry heave so hard that I lose control of my bladder and pee all over myself. (TMI I know... but I am being honest.. it happens.)I am still in bed most of the day, although I am starting to get up and do some chores around the house. (I thank God every day for a wonderful husband who helps out!!)

    I can't eat because nothing sounds good... and the things that do sound good aren't exactly that great for me.

    For all those women who can do this and make it look so easy... I envy them.

    If I do have a pregnancy glow.. its only from the sweat of throwing up in a bathroom all day. I have back-ache ... and boob-ache. (Thankfully my face is clear right now. :::knock on wood:::) I have daily headaches. I also have cysts on my ovaries and endometriosis that gives me cramping at night. I had two small sebaceous cysts on my scalp that blew up due to pregnancy hormones and one of them popped a few weeks ago. (Those things are really gross.) My hair on my head is falling out in clumps... however I am growing hair in places I never thought possible.

    And all I can do is.... laugh... smile... pray... and know it will all be ok.

    I know it is. I've been here before and done this before. Once you see and hold that baby it makes it all worth it. I was a mess last time I gave birth and so upset that I had to have a c-section after 13 hours of labor. But once I saw my little boy.. it all went away...

    Every moment of these uncomfortable pregnancies are worth it.... I promise you.

    (Sorry for the book.. I just wanted you to know your not alone.)

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  13. Hi Katie,

    you are truly amazing! All you are going through and here you are telling us all about it with a thankful heart. You are a strong woman.
    Congratulation on your pregnancy! What a true blessing, but what a big struggle!!!

    I could tell you my story but it's a bit long. Let's just say I've also being suffering of chronic cysts (and problems that come with it), pregnancy complication with lots of pain and an even more painful miscarriage.. oh and a very LONG recovery. This being said, I've tried a great deal of things in my life to help my body and reading your words I can so easily feel your pain. I'm so sorry my dear.
    Although you don't know me, I had to write you and tell you about the few things that have helped me. Reading your blog it seems you have tried quite a few things yourself, so you know what a GREAT relief comes with something that really works well for your body. I just had to share with you the "treasures" I've found for myself. Who knows, it could help you too :)

    What I really want to share with you is a few things I've been trying and have worked greatly for me.
    Acupuncture and Cranio Sacral Therapy. I don't know if you are familiar with it at all.

    I've done 8 months of acupuncture with supplements to stabilize my hormones and it did work. A great friend of mine did it through her 4th pregnancy and it turned in to her best, after miserable miserable pregnancy complications. It helps during pregnancy a lot.
    In my case the cysts are still there.. surprised? Not really. BUT something has changed for sure cause I'm a lot better. Just feeling normal is refreshing to say the list, not suffering form pain and not swelling up like a big balloon, and more not pain.. just that it self IS a miracle. If you have the chance to find someone good in your area, try it out! None can say if it works for you but yourself. I wish I would have tried the acupuncture while I was pregnant, but I didn't. I'm planning to keep doing it with my next pregnancy for sure.

    Cranio Sacral Therapy is the MOST RELAXING thing I've ever tried, more then a massage, a bath or whatever.
    Look it up, it's a very gentle touch putting the hands under your scalp and moving it slightly (you can barely feel it) and releasing the tension from your head down to your body, and what I like the most it encourages the body's natural healing & relaxing process. It works so great. Be aware anything else that consist in more manipulation is not Cranio Sacral Therapy.
    This therapy could really help with your migraines and your great pains! I strongly recommend it.

    Anyways, I hope you'll look in to it and I really hope this may help you!
    If you have any question please don't hesitate & feel free to contact me.
    All the best to you Katie!

    Naomi :)

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  14. I'm so sorry that you've been so sick! I honestly can't relate to feeling that sick--but I am so thankful that you shared your real experience :) I'll be praying for you--praying that you start to feel better soon and/or find some relief! You are already such a good momma :)

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  15. Hi Katie. I found your blog through Pinterest this week, and I've just spent my lunch hour checking it all out. I just watched the video of your proposal, what an awesome treasure that you have all that documented! I think you are so talented! Your house is amazing and it's giving me so many ideas!
    I'm so sorry that you've been suffering;I know what it's like to be miserable while pregnant when all you want to is feel good and celebrate the life you've been given! I didn't have it nearly as bad as you have but I just wanted you to know that I'm keeping you in my prayers.

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  16. Katie,

    Reading this post broke my heart for you and for Adam and your families and your baby. I know you're going to get through this because you have the Lord on your side, and you have a husband who will never leave you alone, and you're surrounded by support.

    But if you need anything at all, ever, I would love to be there for you. If you want some help around your house, or need some errands run, or anything menial or complicated or SERIOUSLY, ANYTHING -- please let me know. Please. I have time on my hands and it would be a blessing to me to be a blessing to you and Adam and your baby.

    Thank you for bravely sharing this with everybody. (I'm really serious about my offer.) Chris and I will be praying for you all so much.

    Blessings,
    Ashley

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  17. I was afraid this was why we hadn't heard from you! So sorry you are so sick. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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  18. I am praying for you. You are so blessed to have and love each other this way.
    I suffered for years of infertility treatment to have my daughter, an now that she is here with us, we often say with my husband that she was so worth everything. May God give you strenght till the day you meet your baby and after that!

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  19. Hi there,
    I'm so sorry you are having such a hard time with pregnancy. I was sick all through mine and can relate to a lot of what you are saying, although it sounds like your body is throwing everything it can at you! My husband was also amazing and took such good care of me. The thought of going through that again in order to have the large family I have always dreamed of terrifies me. Much more than the birth (which is a whole other kettle of scary fish) The only thing I wanted to mention that I don't think anyone else has touched on is that when your amazing little bundle arrives, again it might not be the way you think. Please don't feel bad about this. My wee one is now 18 months and I can honestly say I've never been happier. However for the first 9 months of his life I was miserable I would say for about 80% of the time. He wouldn't sleep, he cried, he had colic then he got sick and like you said in your post it just wasn't what I imagined or how they portray it in the films. I didn't feel like me anymore and was sad at what I had lost. Everyone kept telling me how lucky I was and how wonderful he was and all I could feel was that I was doing something wrong to make it this hard. I felt like this was a double whammy as, like everyone is saying to you, when your baby arrives it is supposed to make up for all the sickness and hard times of pregnancy but for me it just seemed to be a never ending trial and that I felt like I was a terrible mother for feeling this way. I've now turned a corner but please be aware of post natal depression and keep talking to your Mother and husband. It's often dismissed as baby blues but it can be so much more than that.
    I wish you all the luck in the world.
    x

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  20. It's never easy to bear a child in your womb, so I'm sorry to know that your migraines and cysts have been making things worse for you. I do know that the blessing of your baby will make your hardship worth it. As I'm writing this, you're in you're 25th week now, which means that you're already in the third trimester. Things will not become easier for your body at this point, and I'm sure you know that already. But I know that Adam's support and love will help you put through. Just be sure to never miss an OB checkup for your health and your baby's.

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  25. i am apostle who God hsa called to wipe away tears from people,and has annointed me with power and fire,God is using me to impact ministers,i had impact ministers with power and took them to another higher diamenssion,what are you waiten for,you cant do ministry withouy power,God is using me to bring broken relationship back together,true my prayers people that are barren and men who could not impregnat ther partner became pregnat having children after i prayed for them God is using me to heal the sick,a lifeless boy was brought to my door step and came back alive,a mad boy was brought to me i prayed and God heald him,are you looking for job i have prayed for countless people and they got their job,God is using me to pray for those thet are looking for promotion and they got it Jesus died for us not suufer God is using me to pray for those that doing are business today they are doing well,you want God to deliver you from demonic opression,and you want God to help you,then contact me on,apostlepeter13@yahoo.com or apostlepeter1313@gmail.com or visit my web site via www.apostlepeter.wix.com/apostle-peter or +2347033804232 jeremiah 32;27,as you are even reading i decree may miracle beging now,with God all things are possible.

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