My wife and I are one of those couples (we miscarried twice before carrying two babies to term).
I've not known any who wish they had chosen a different spouse so as to have avoided that struggle.
If you've sought God on this, and you believe He's leading you in this direction, you need not worry about what lies ahead. Blessings, JOHN THOMAS If you’ve enjoyed this article, will you consider giving a tax-deductible gift to Boundless right now?
Now, don't get me wrong, I don't go — makes it through God's hand to me without a) His permission, and b) His glory and my eternal good in mind.
I know you have a desire for biological children — most of us do.
So as much as you think you're the one who would be making the decision about your biological legacy, you're not. Struggles are a part of life, and all relationships, and in them God reveals Himself if we will seek Him.
If you don't pursue this girl, you might — — avoid one struggle, maybe two (in terms of infertility and/or adoption), and you will pass up on who sounds like a perfect match for you.
If you want to adopt then you adopt, but you don't do it as a means of getting pregnant.5. God doesn't want you to be pregnant," or, my personal non-favorite, "God wants you to be in service and if you had a child you couldn't do God's will." Please, please, I beg you, unless God has phoned you up or shown up in your living room with choirs of angels, would you please do me a favor and not be a spokes person for any deity on my behalf.