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Hannah's Hope

Seeking God's Heart in the Midst of Infertility, Miscarriage, and Adoption Loss
Narrated by: Sarah Zimmerman
Length: 6 hrs and 2 mins
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Hannah's heart beat with a mother's love long before she was blessed with a child.

You can meet Hannah in 1 Samuel, chapters 1 and 2. The Bible says she was "barren", and we know she suffered heartache, anguish, and grief because of her empty arms. Perhaps you do, too. Hannah's Hope is for all who long for a child yet to be conceived, grieve for a baby too soon passed from the womb, or have lived through the no-man's-land of failed adoption. It is intended as a guide to assist you in making wise decisions as you struggle through your grief. And by the end of the journey, God may surprise you with the ways he uses to answer your heart's cry. Compassionately written by a woman who knows well these painful struggles, Hannah's Hope will direct you to the source of strength, whose name is "the God of all comfort".

©2005 Jennifer Saake (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-08-18

Very Helpful

I never thought I would need something like this, but here I am reviewing it! It was very helpful and soothing to listen to. I appreciate this book.

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  • Heather S
  • 04-07-18

What I Needed...

Having gone though miscarriages and failed IVF cycles w/ 5 embryos...and not knowing what to do next if anything, this book was just what I needed. Wish I had listened to it years ago, though could easily listen to it again.
Seems Biblically sound, and was an good listen. Easy to get engaged to and the narrator did a nice job.

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  • Jennifer J. Hall
  • 28-05-18

A must read

As a woman struggling with waiting on God for the completion of my family I found incredible hope and peace through listening to this book. I plan to listen again and also study through the Bible verses given throughout. Thank you for this amazing encouragement.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-01-20

Not bad

This book may not be for you if you are not a Christian. However, if you're not particularly Christian but want to keep an open mind the book is an easy read. This is my fourth book on miscarriage and although there is a lot of talking about God and Bible verses it's a better book than I have read so far. The author has an actual storyline line about a woman named Hannah in the Bible and this part is what makes it not as dry as the other books I've read. I am not particularly religious I consider myself spiritual and don't concede to any religion in general however the book was not a waste of time. I will say that the book addresses more issues with infertility and adoption laws rather than miscarriage.

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  • Jessi
  • 12-05-18

very supportive

this book was very supportive and approached the issues with a loving heart and open mind.