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What do you do when your heart is broken and you have felt the pain of loss one too many times? Meet neonatal nurse, Charmeshia, who intimately understands that kind of hurt, after suffering multiple miscarriages.
How did she release her anger and find peace in the midst of confusion when her twin boys, Joshua and Caleb, and her daughter, Olivia, all died?
They each suffered from “Potter’s Syndrome”— a prenatal condition affecting the development of a baby’s lungs and kidneys.
“I used to work in a hospital that took care of low income, homeless, and drug-addicted babies and things of that nature,” Charmeshia told CBN’s The 700 Club.
“So it even made me more appreciate life and knowing that if a baby made it, it is because God has a plan for that baby's life,” she said.
When she became pregnant again after losing twin boys, even after doctors warned her that her unborn daughter suffered from the same condition, Charmeshia still hoped.
She desired desperately for her daughter to pull through and beat the odds, but it didn’t happen.
“It was a shock when I first saw her, you know, because she looked just like me," she said.
"I told God, I said, 'I don't understand why you would leave me here and take my baby. You could have taken me and left her here.'"
Thoughts of suicide went through the grieving mother’s mind, to the point where her husband, Chris, felt afraid to leave her side just to go to work.
So then, how did God eventually mend Charmeshia’s heart and made her completely whole again?
Watch the video below.