Good Prayers For Miscarried Baby

The death of a child is one of the most painful losses a parent can experience. It can leave parents wondering how to pray for their baby and whether prayers for healing or a miscarriage will be effective. The good news is that God hears every prayer and wants you to talk to him about anything, even your miscarriages, stillborn babies and infant deaths.

Good Prayers For Miscarried Baby

1. There is no right or wrong way to talk to God.

When you are praying, you should be honest with God about how you feel. He wants to know that you’re hurting and he wants to comfort you. If your prayers sound like this: “I’m going through a hard time right now. Please give me strength,” they will probably not work as well as this one: “I’m feeling really sad today because my baby died.”

Your relationship with God is a personal one so it’s important that you open up and share your feelings with him when talking to him in prayer. You do not need to be afraid of sharing how sad or angry or confused or hurtful the loss of your child has been for you and those around you if that is what’s true for yourself at this time.

2. Talk to God whenever you feel the urge — especially in moments of grief.

God is always listening. He never stops being aware of you, even when you have trouble acknowledging Him. He knows your pain and is willing to help you through it. God may not take away all of your pain, but He will comfort you in such a way that will give strength and hope for the future.


3. God wants you to be honest with him about how you feel.

God wants you to be honest with him. The Lord knows that you’re hurting, and he wants to listen to your feelings. He also wants to help you by giving you strength and comfort through his Holy Spirit. God is always there for us when we need him most—even when we don’t know how or when he’ll answer our prayers. You can trust that the good Lord will give you what is best for everyone involved in your situation.

4. Tell God about your sadness, anger and questions. It’s okay if you don’t know why he allowed something bad to happen.

God is a loving God. He knows you are hurting and He wants to comfort you. It’s okay if you don’t know why he allowed something bad to happen. Your anger, sadness and questions are normal reactions to a miscarriage, but know that God understands how much pain it causes in your life.

5. You are never alone.

You are never alone. God is always with you, in your thoughts and dreams. He is always listening to your heart and mind. He may not answer the way that you want Him to, but He will answer when the time is right for both of you. You are never alone; God’s presence is felt everywhere around us, even in places we can’t see or touch!

6. You can pray for your baby even after he or she has died.

The Bible tells us that when a child is stillborn, it’s not the end of your baby. You can pray to God and ask Him to help you honor your child’s life and provide comfort to you, your family, and friends.

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The Bible says in 1 Corinthians 15:52: “For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised imperishable; and we shall be changed.” This means that when we die, our soul lives on forever with Jesus Christ in heaven. So even though your baby was born dead (or miscarried), he or she still has an eternal soul!

The Bible also says in 1 Timothy 2:5-6: “There is one God; there is also one mediator between God and men—Christ Jesus,” who gave himself as a ransom for all people.” This shows us that even though babies are young they can still accept Jesus Christ as their Savior while they are alive on this earth.

Let’s pray together right now so that these things could happen for our babies who died before birth or shortly after birth due to miscarriage or abortion

7. Prayer can help bring comfort and strength in times of great loss and uncertainty.

Prayer can help bring comfort and strength in times of great loss and uncertainty. It can also be a way to talk with God about your feelings, fears, and hopes.

But prayer is not a way to get what you want from God.

It’s not like He’s going to say “OK! I hear you! Now I will heal your baby because you asked for it!”


It’s important to remember that no matter what you’re going through, you are not alone. God is always with you, as a loving and compassionate father who wants to help his children when they need him most.

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Feel free to reach out if there’s anything I can do for you during this difficult time.

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