"My heart broke when I read your question, "I don't understand why God would take my sweet baby girl." There are two reasons that I say that it broke my heart:
1)my empathy for your pain
2)because God did not take your sweet daughter…"
"I'm in so much pain. I miss my daughter. I just want to hear her voice. I want a hug. I want hear her say mommy I love you. I don't understand why God would take my sweet baby girl. I barely sleep, I don't eat, and I have headaches…"
"On September 30th of this my only daughter Aaliyah was in a motorcycle accident. She had just turned 20 on September 12th. I had to take her off life support on October 1st. I was 14 when I had her. She was my best friend. I have this big whole in…"
I'm a stay at home mom. Who at this moment feels like I have to much time on my hands to be sad and only think about my daughter.
About my Loss:
On September 30, 2017 I lost my beautiful daughter Aaliyah. She had just turned 20 on September 12. She died in a motorcycle accident. I don't know how to cope. There are days I feel like I can't breathe. She was a wonderful child. She was my best friend.
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My heart broke when I read your question, "I don't understand why God would take my sweet baby girl." There are two reasons that I say that it broke my heart:
1)my empathy for your pain
2)because God did not take your sweet daughter but he has been given that label even by people that are supposed to represent the Bible.
Empathy means"your pain in my heart". Not that I or anyone else can know how you feel, but we can see in your words great agony and relate it to the pain we have with the loss of our loved ones. For this reason I would like to comfort you with what I have learned from the Bible. Here is a video that shows how God and his son Jesus cares for us and wants to remove death from humans forever. (Revelation 21:4) "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” Please watch these two videos:
The Bible can answer the questions that are causing you much heartache. God does not take our loved ones in death. But who is to blame for human death? The answers will help you understand just how much God hates the pain you are in and will do away with death forever. (1 Corinthians 15:25, 26) "For he(Jesus) must rule as king until God has put all enemies under his feet. And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing."
I hope you will allow me to answer additional questions you may have through the scriptures.
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