Mike Cope’s Series – When a Child Dies

Mike Cope has been doing a series on dealing with the death of children. If you have experienced this or know someone who would benefit from reading this please pass this along. This series is touching and has already gotten nearly 200 comments total, which speaks not only to the quality of Mike’s writing but also to the importance and relevance of this topic.

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About mattdabbs
I am a minister, husband, and father. My wife and I live and minister in Saint Petersburg, Florida. My primary ministry responsibilities include: small groups, 20s and 30s, involvement, and adult education.

One Response to Mike Cope’s Series – When a Child Dies

  1. Lisam says:

    I was reading the blogs you posted, thanks for sharing. My first daughter died a few days after she was born. It’s a long story, but the Lord answered my prayer and showed me where she was. I was allowed to go to a certain area in heaven where the babies were. I’ll never forget it. I was told things and I didn’t want to leave. I knew I knew I knew I was home and I argued to stay, but was told I had to come back. I was only allowed in that certain place where the babies were. I was not allowed to leave (even though I asked- it was not allowed to me). The lady brought my daughter to me and I held her and feed her. God answered my prayer- I had begged him with all my heart for Him to show me where she was and if she was okay.

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