Devotions for Women: The Pregnant Woman Devotional

Devotions from women from pregnant women

These devotions for women are from the book The Pregnant Woman Devotional.

Two Must Merge
For a healthy pregnancy to occur, a sperm must merge with an egg.
Similarly, for your prayers to be answered, you must mix your petition with faith because the Bible tells us to Ask in faith without doubting. (James 1:6)
Therefore, ask God for what you need while believing that you will receive it.

It Is A Process

Pregnancy is a natural process and a pregnant woman cannot rush the development of all her baby’s organs and tissues in the womb. Consequently, she has to wait in patience until the right time to deliver her baby comes.
Similarly, answering prayers is a supernatural process and we can see a good example of this from Daniel when he prayed for God to reveal to him the meaning of a vision because the angel who brought him his answer told him, “From the first day that you set your heart to understand and to humble yourself before God, your words were heard and I have come because of them. But, the prince of Persia withstood me for 21 days and Michael one of the angels came to help me … and now I have come to make you understand what will  happen in the latter days.” (Daniel 10:12-14)
Thus we can see that Daniel had to wait in patience for the supernatural process of bringing the answers to his prayers to be completed by the angels who were fighting to accomplish this mission.
Therefore, once you have said your prayers, learn to wait on God in patience until the answer from heaven arrives because Those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. (Isaiah 40:31)  

You Do Not Have To Understand the Process

A pregnant woman does not have to understand the intricacies of embryology in order for her to deliver a healthy baby.
Similarly, you do not have to understand how God will answer your prayers in order for Him to answer them.
We can see a good example of this from Moses when God told him He would feed 600,000  Israelite men and their families in the wilderness with meat for one month because Moses asked God, “Shall flocks be slaughtered to provide enough meat for them? Or shall all the fish of the sea be caught to provide enough for them?” (Numbers 11:22)
God answered Moses’ question by asking him, “Has the Lord’s arm been shortened?” (Numbers 11:23) 
God then proved His arm was not shortened for A wind went out from the Lord and it brought quail from the sea and left them fluttering near the Israelite’s camp. (Numbers 11:31) 
Therefore, even if you do not understand how God can answer your prayers, decide to believe that He can answer them.

The Pregnant Woman Devotional Book

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