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I Just Had A Miscarriage

I have had a miscarriage, but have also had two healthy babies. Why does God allow miscarriage?

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I am typing this with tears in my eyes. I am so sorry about your loss. Rejoice over your other two children! They are a gift from God.

I was never able to give birth to children. I was only able to get pregnant twice and both times were ectoptic pregnancies. My faith was challenged by that alot.

I will never understand on this earth why God allows women to get pregnant and then take them away. All I know is that God knows what is best & we need to trust Him.

I'm praying that you will be able to not dwell on it and enjoy your other two children. God Bless You!
---Danette on 3/25/09

Matthew 18:1-4 - At the same time came the disciples unto Jesus, saying, Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven? And Jesus called a little child unto him, and set him in the midst of them, And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. Whosoever therefore shall humble himself as this little child, the same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven. (cont..)
---Jennifer on 3/24/09

And I surely don't think that anyone has the right to tell anyone else that their unborn child or child that has died at a young age is burning in hell because their parents were not where they should be with the lord when their child died. That's like telling you now that you are going to hell because your parents aren't saved. You can't be held accountable for what another person does and no child can be held accountable for their parents. I don't really know all the scriptures in the bible and I can't back my beliefs up with scripture but I can tell you that our God is a loving God and I can not see him sending a child too young to ask for forgiveness to hell
---Jennifer on 3/24/09

Amen Lori!

You know, God designed our bodies so that if there is something not right, it rejects it. I like to refer to Isaiah 57:1 when it says that God allows people to die to spare them from the wickedness to come. You will see your baby in heaven. Bless you sister. God does not put on us more than we can bear.
---lisa on 3/20/09


While I respect your right to believe whatever you want to, it has to be said that you have absolutely NO compassion. Who asked you to get on this blog and tell ANYBODY that is grieving terribly for their dead child that it is burning in hell? The Bible also says that we should strive to be like Christ and you are in no way acting like Christ. Christ had compassion...even for the non-believers.....ESPECIALLY for the non-believers. Go spread your poison somewhere else and leave all of us to our grief and our loving, compassionate savior.
---Lori on 3/18/09

Very good answer...from the Moderator
---catherine on 3/10/09

I have experienced a miscarriage and didn't understand either why God had allowed it to happen. I've since matured in my walk with God and have had children since. May this verse bring hope to those trying again! Exodus 23:25-26 Worship the Lord thy God and I will bless thy bread and water, none shall miscarry or be barren in your land. I will fulfill the number of thy days! I recited this daily during my pregnancy and delivered full term! God Bless you all!
---nikki on 3/7/09

i have just ba miscarage my self 1st march 09 i do believe thart babies go to heaven i have 6 heailthy children and had another 2 miscarages in the past that is 3 altoether
---dawn on 3/1/09

Sister in the love of God!
Please, dont say Why does God
I would rather you can blame me, I have a car, tv and other things.
If you understand, what I am saying.

Forgive me! God gave us the world and look at what we done with it.
If he had his way it would not be so! Please keep your faith intact.
Know nothing is lost in God.

Remember, my servant Job.
From my heart, I know he love us.
Not I think, I know!
God Keep You.
---TheSeg on 2/24/09

Dear Laurel, I hope you are feeling better now.

God doesn't guarantee us a pain-free life. The world is perfect in its imperfection. You could ask, "Why does God allow volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, tornadoes and tsunamis?"

There are reasons for everything.

The beautiful spirit of your unborn child is with God.

Bless you.
---Deb on 2/22/09

It's not very nice but if you saw what may have been born you would understand!

I have had three and six live births after surfing the net and accidently coming up with shock and Horror visuals I now Bless God!

I blessed GOD anyway even when I didn't understand. I was 42 and I Bless God regardless of the stigma, hurtful things people said, and even my family and husbands families responses.

God YOU ARE Truly Marvellous I LOVE you and will always declare YOUR GLORY!
---Carla3939 on 2/21/09

Why does God allow miscarriage? It would be the same as saying why does God allows death. Miscarriage in a sense is nature ways of expelling what is in the womb, that will not be productive, and God allows this to be woithout women having guilt on themselves for self indulgence of aborting the young. So Praise the Lord Sister and live your grief in joy and happiness. Thats not the way but look at it this way , the child could be a mentally challenged child (no offence to anyone reading) or a child having difficulties raising through life. I have gone through a Preterm pregnancy wherein my daughter born and died at 27 weeks but you know what I realized and I am happy Gods knows best for us
---Clare on 10/19/08

God has His purpose in allowing every bad thing. Maybe that child would have been born with some illness or deformity, and God chose to spare the mother the worse suffering of loving and then losing that child who she got to know. Maybe God wants the mother to spend more time on the children she already has, and she would be too tired looking after a baby to spend that time on her children. God sees the future too, so we should not second guess his decisions. I look at the most terrible tragedies that happened to me and my family, and good has surely come out of them, maybe not within ten or even fifteen years, but eventually. The changes God makes are permanent and for the ultimate good of His People.
---frances008 on 10/1/08

I came across this blog in search of some knowledge about how I might comfort a friend who has recently had a miscarriage and is struggling with the 'Why?' question. I understand that we live in a fallen world and I believe that God has a plan for our lives. However, I know that neither of those statements bring comfort.
I still don't have the words to answer my friend without sounding as if she should just 'get over it'. She is grieving and I don't want to lessen her loss.

Also, I am do not believe that 1 Cor 7:14 supports the arguement that the unborn children of unbelievers are unclean and do not go to Heaven if they perish. 1 Cor 7:14 speaks of remaining married to an unbeliever so that the children will not be illegitimate.
---Mel_A. on 9/30/08

I know how you feel. i too had a miscarriage about 6 months ago and was devastated and confused. God is still showing me that He is in control. I am now 5 months pregnant. I have had some difficulty but i am trusting Him. May God bless you and comfort you.
---Katlyn on 3/16/08

Who knows. Perhaps because God knew what was ahead for your child and because He knew, He chosed to take your child. Sometimes, God will take some of His people early for that very reason.
---catherine on 3/5/08

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God decided that the child you were carrying would be better off in His loving arms. It is perhaps possible that your child had some disease which would have shortened his life, made it miserable, or your child would have been too good for this evil world, so God decided to take her or him out of it before suffering. You have to look at things from God's perspective. God bless and I pray that you will recover and have another little one to not replace, but add to the family.
---frances008 on 3/4/08

I have to say that I was very disappointed when reading this blog. I was looking for Christian support, but found myself feeling more traumatized. If you have not experienced a miscarriage, whether you are Christian or not, you will never understand the pain, heartbreak and loss that results. I was so excited when I saw that there was a Christian blog, where I could discuss my experience with compasionate people who don't judge.
---Cheyan on 3/4/08

I have never responded to a blog before, but after reading the heartless, judgemental comments about people's babies going to hell I was shocked. I am sorry, but it is not your place to judge, it is God's. Yes, we are all born as sinners, but that little baby didn't even have the opportunity to choose the Lord as his Savior. In my own personal opinion, a child can understand God, choose God, but an unborn child can not.
---Cheyan on 3/4/08

I also had a miscarrige about two months ago after a healthy baby girl and felt so devastated. Thank God i'm alive and waiting patiently for another conception soonest.
I know God is a faithful and caring father who won't allow trials greater than us. He knows BEST! We need to only trust Him more.
---temit8344 on 12/22/07

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Moderator is 100% correct and proper.
Man is born into a fallen state that prevents the perfect health of every child that is born.

Some women have a more difficult time than others ever recovering from a miscarriage.
Seek ministerial counsel and/or medical help if you are not able to.
---lovable_linda on 12/13/07

A miscarriage is not even remotely close to choosing an abortion.

A child that dies of disease is not the same as a mother that drowns her children in the bathtub.
---lovable_linda on 12/13/07

I cannot answer why this baby (or any other) miscarried. All I can do is assert the truth: God has everything under control including this, even if it seems like a terrible way of controlling things.
May God have mercy on you and give you peace.
---Jack on 12/13/07

Can a miscarriage be viewed as nature's abortion if something is not right?

I once has a co-worker that suffered through 6 or 7 miscarriages but had normal children before & afterwards.
---lee on 5/26/07

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Laurel, thank God you have two healthy babies. We live in these old decrepid bodies that are full of disease and failures. God knows what He is doing. Please put your trust in Him. I wonder sometimes why my daughter had to die with cancer, but God is in control of it all. He gave me so much peace during that low valley.
---shira on 4/16/07

Laurel, I had a miscarriage about 10 months ago. I often times wondered why and felt much pain, but have recieved peace from the Lord knowing that He is using it for His good. Sometimes to get the very special blessings He has for us, we must first face some trying times. Instead of asking why, praise Him for it!! Through your praise I believe He will give you understanding and peace. God has a plan for your lives and He never allows unnecessary tribulations. Please read Jer. 29:11-13 Vic
---Vic on 9/11/06

Hi all! I wanted everyone to know that there is scriptural proof that children, requardless of the parents beliefs, as soon as there is conception, there is a soul. If you were only pregnant a minute or full nine months and was still born, it will go to heaven. For any woman who is dealing with a miscarriage, stillbirth, abortion or early infant death, please go pick the book I'll Hold You In Heaven by Jack Hayford. This helped me to cope and move forward with my miscarriage take care, and God bless.
---Charlotte on 9/11/06

Donna9759, I wholeheartedly disagree with you. I have read and had fellowship concerning I Corinthians 7:14 many times. The more I study the scripture the more God reveals truth. Those who disagree with Gods holy inspired word are in error, they need the fasting and prayer you speak of. Where is the scripture that says all children are clean? Because Romans 3:23 says all have sinned, it does not exclude children. If a child dies in their infancy and they were born to non-believers than they are unclean.
---Ryan on 8/25/06

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Ryan, you are in serious error here. If I were you, I'd repent in sackcloth and ashes and pray and fast for 3 to 7 days. Do you realize the seriousness of what you are saying and that it is serious error? You're speaking from your carnal nature. God has already told anointed men of God that all babies and small children go to heaven, whether or not their parents are saved. Isn't that God's decision to make and not yours? Please Ryan, realize the seriousness of your error here. Thank you.
---Donna9759 on 8/25/06

Babies are not innocent of sin. They are born in the flesh and of the flesh. They have been judged sinners along with the rest of the world through Adam. Romans 3:23 does not exclude children.
---Ryan on 8/24/06

Rebecca_D, I have never changed my "story." I Corinthians 7:14 (Which all of you conveniently avoid) clearly states children of a sanctified marriage are holy, and children of nonsanctified marriages are unclean. No where in scripture does it say all children are clean.
---Ryan on 8/24/06

Sin ENTERED the world and corrupted the flesh. You both are not understanding me because you are not understanding the concept of sin. Sin is not an action. Does adultry make you a sinner? No you commit adultry because you are in the flesh wich is in opposition to God. Do saints do love? No we love because itis a part of our BEING.
---Ryan on 8/24/06

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M.P. & Rebecca_Dif you are refering to God deeming no food unclean under grace than you are correct. God never said everything is unclean. With this view there would be no need for a Messiah. Are sinners unclean? YES. Are saints unclean? No, we have been washed in the blood of Christ. Both you and Rebecca_D are ignoring Romans 3:23. Sin is not an action it is a state of being. We do not DO sin our BEING is sin.
---Ryan on 8/24/06

Ryan; okay the sin is disobendience, a baby can't sin in the flesh. You are changing your story around. First you say that if the parents aren't saved, their children go to hell. but then you tell Creamcup that God will keep them holy. So which is it Ryan? The knowledge of unborn child doesn't know of knowledge or what sin is. Children are a gift from God. God can't be God if he punished the children because the parents aren't saved.
---Rebecca_D on 8/24/06

Ryan you rightly say that nothing unclean will enter Heaven but doesn't the bible also tell us that nothing that God made is unclean. A baby dying in the womb has committed no sin and having been made by God it is CLEAN, surely you can see this!!!
---M.P on 8/24/06

I don't know why something like this happens. But, I do believe that one day you will see that baby in heaven if you are saved.
---Susie on 8/24/06

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.laurel, my sympathy to you,greetings,our bodies will never reach perfection ,they were not meant to .many bodies never experience not even one healthy child.i hope you do not think God poured up the cup you now drink.i hope you do not think God has afflicted you.i hope you do not think God is punishing you.i hope in the future ages mankind will make progress in correcting this .we all face the unknown every day,we challenge that fear with love.have a peaceful day
---earl on 8/23/06

Most people, when presented with the truth of I Corinthians 7:14 object to the teaching. They will try to twist the scripture or they will ignore it or they will use their black hi-liter on it. This scripture, weather you like it or not, deals with the cleanliness of the souls of children.
---Ryan on 8/23/06

Creamcup, you say:
"An infant's salvation is not based on whether or not the parents are saved."
You are absolutely correct. Parents can not make the choice to be a disciple for their children but until the children are presented with that choice by God the Father the blood of the Lamb of God will keep them holy.
---Ryan on 8/23/06

#2 Rebecca_D, Do not confuse the action (Disobedience) with the outcome (Knowledge of good and evil). As far as the scripture you quoted from Acts I do not see how that pertains to this subject. I Corinthians 7:14 clearly states that children born of a sanctified marriage are holy. If the marriage does not have a believer how is the union sanctified? If the union is not sanctified how are the children deemed holy? They are not they are considered unclean and nothing unclean enters the kingdom.
---Ryan on 8/23/06

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Rebecca_D, you need to read three scriptures down from Romans 3:20 to Romans 3:23. Who is exempt from the judgement of Adam & Eve? According to you since children have no knowledge of good and evil they are exepmt. I say to you knowledge of good and evil is not sin. Sin is disobedience. Adam brought sin into the world through disobedience not knowledge, this seems to be a common confusion.
---Ryan on 8/23/06

Creamcup, I have already addressed the scriptures in Matthew, Mark and Luke that concern the children and that the lesson is HOW to come to heaven not WHO will come to heaven. Scroll down and read my earlier posts on the issue.
---Ryan on 8/23/06

The truth Ryan? Your the one who doesn't know the truth. I think you need to pray for a bit more understanding and knowledge about the bible. Did you read Ro 3:20? It says for by the law is the knowledge of sin. Does a baby or a unborn child have the knowledge of sin? No, they don't. Jesus said unless we become like little children we won't see the Kingdom of God. Acts 2:39. What lesson is God showing to an unborn baby? I love you but your going to hell because your parents weren't none of mine?
---Rebecca_D on 8/23/06

emg, allow me to clarify. If a child is born to two non-believers and the child dies and neither parent ever become saints than the child is deemed unclean and nothing unclean may enter the kingdom of heaven. M.P. was asking about the relevance of time to this matter. I do not believe God is confined by the restrictions of time. But as I said the time issue is just a theory. The fact remains children of non-believers are unclean and nothing unclean enters the kingdom.
---Ryan on 8/23/06

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Ryan, An infant's salvation is not based on whether or not the parents are saved.

Jesus said suffer the little children to come unto me for such is the kingdom of God. I am confident little children go to be with the Lord when they die. Matthew 19:14, Mark 10:14, Luke 18:16

Laurel, Could it be there was something physically wrong with the mother or the fetus to cause it to die? I trust God's all knowing widsom, though I don't understand why things happen.
---Creamcup on 8/23/06

Ryan, do I understand you correctly Are you now saying that if a child of unsaved parents dies that child will not go to hell IF the parents will be saved some time in the future but, otherwise, it will go to hell? What are you putting in your cocoa at bedtime?!!! Whatever it is, it is giving you some very strange ideas.
---emg on 8/23/06

I think this blog ought to get back to Laurel's original question. I don't see where she was asking if her unborn child was in heaven. She seems to be searching for understanding and comfort at this time. Your "debate" maybe could be started on a new blog?? Just a comment... not trying to step on toes. Something to think about though.
---Marie on 8/23/06

cont M.P. So since God knows us from before the womb it is my belief that God does not look at this in a matter of time but He looks at your salvation in it's entirety. So if you loose a child before you begin your discipleship God will not hold this against you. Of course this is just a theory I have no scriptural evidence. As far as, " some parents nightmares." Non-believers should be having nightmares of their dismal position in eternity.
---Ryan on 8/23/06

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M.P., you bring up a very good point. I have contemplated the situation you have presented. The conclusion that I realized was that God is not confined by the constraints of time. God, being infinite, does not exist inside time as we know it.
---Ryan on 8/23/06

Jessie Dupaltis is misguided too and so are you Donna if for one moment you believe that every life that did not make it into the world Automatically go's straight into Heaven. What! even the Apostles and Prophets are waiting by declairing when Christ returns How long will they have to wait for their deaths to be aveneged.
Study to show yourself approved God is the Ultimate Judge not Jessie Duplantis. All will just have to wait... is not our Business to Judge a soul!
---Carla5754 on 8/23/06

(continued ) Can I suggest that you pray, even if you really don't feel like it now. Pray that God will help you to take away the pain and emptiness you may be feeling, and to help you to accept it by faith that He knows what is best for each of us. In time, the hurt will lessen...honestly.
---Marie on 8/23/06

Laurel..I believe sometimes God allows us to go through hard times to be able to eventually help others out, to strengthen our faith, and to, as strange as it sounds in this case, ultimately bring glory to God. How we respond to the pain and hurts of life will show others how strong our faith is. I also believe that sometimes we have to accept it by faith, even without understanding why. Losing a child, at any age hurts.. ALOT..but God is still in control and knows what is best for us. (continue #2)
---Marie on 8/23/06

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Ryan, you must be giving some parent nightmares. There are many unsaved people who suffer miscarriages; cot deaths; deaths of young children through accident or illness; who become saved later. Can you imagine what your statements must do to the thoughts of such parents who are now Christians but were not at the time of their child's death? They now know that they themselves are going to Heaven but, according to you, their children are in hell.
---M.P. on 8/23/06

One other question, where is the scripture that says all children that are under the "age of accountability" (by the way this is a false teaching there is no such thing as an age of accountability, at least I and several of my brothers and sisters can't find it) when they die go to heaven?
---Ryan on 8/23/06

Rom 3:23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,
Does this scripture excuse children from sin?
Young children and babies are innocent of sin but they are born sinners.
This statement is so perplexing I do not even know how to respond other than asking, "Where is the scripture that says this?"
---Ryan on 8/23/06

Ramon, Rebecca_D & Elder, please read all my responses in their entirety. The answers to all your questions are within my posts. I know many of you do not like truth. The heart of man has never changed, it is evil from its youth. Spiritual truth is always rejected by the flesh. Read John 6:66
---Ryan on 8/23/06

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#3 are you speaking of the adulterous, lying, stealing, murdering David or someone else?
What disobedience has a baby committed?
Young children and babies are innocent of sin but they are born sinners. There is a difference. They know not what they do.
Do you even know or understand what the word "Sanctified" means. It is not speaking of being Saved. Salvation and sanctifaction are different.
Next, did your parents have any children that lived?
---Elder on 8/22/06

Ryan; what bible do you read? Because if the bible says what you say it does, then I guess Jesus didn't mean a word he said when he said Don't harm the little ones...When the child reached the age of accoutablity (whenever that is) that is when they are responsabile for their actions. but until they do, their heart is pure because they know not sin. Now tell me how does a unborn baby sin and disobey God? doesn't come out of the womb fast enough?
---Rebecca_D on 8/22/06

Ryan. Your statement is just plain wrong!. Tell us one scriptures that teaches that(hint:There's none) Nowhere does the bible teaches that babies of unbelievers goes to hell when they die. No where does the bible teaches that babies carry their parents sins. Im sorry but the bible doesn't back your statement. How can God send a baby to hell for something he didnt do? What kind of sin did the baby do? Please state them. They dont know whats right or wrong.
---Ramon on 8/22/06

This does not make God an awful tyrant that condemns people to hell for His own amusement. This is a lesson that the decision we make to repent and ask Christ to be our Lord effects our lives tremendously, even to the point of deeming your children holy until God asks them to meet His Son. This is an extremly merciful, graceful extension of the power of the blood, from the Lamb of God. It is an infinitely kind gift that we receive, of which we understand so little.
---Ryan on 8/22/06

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And of course many of you will tell me that Jesus Himself said, "suffer not the little children to come unto me." The lesson that He is teaching in the three gospel accounts are not a guarantee of WHO WILL ENTER the kingdom, it is an instruction on "HOW TO ENTER the kingdom (Humble, eager to learn His ways and completely dependent on Him).
---Ryan on 8/22/06

Deu 5:9 'You shall not worship them or serve them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, and on the third and the fourth {generations} of those who hate Me,
---Ryan on 8/22/06

Many of you will now tell me that your God who is all merciful would not condemn infants and young children to hell just because they were born to the wrong people. I say to you: The true God of the univerese is also a God that is equaly wrathful, just, vengeful, and infinitely hateful of sin. He will do with the pots, that He has created, however He wishes. God does visit the iniqity of the father upon the children:
---Ryan on 8/22/06

The bottom line is in the story of the passover. If the blood of the Lamb of God is upon you than your union in marriage is sanctified and your children are holy. If the blood of the Lamb of God is not upon you than your marriage union is not sanctified and your children are unclean; nothing unclean enters the kingdom Ephesians 5:5.
---Ryan on 8/22/06

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Rom 3:23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,
This scripture refers to all people, even children. No one has escaped the judgement bestowed upon Adam & Eve. Some of you will say children are innocent. You are correct to say children are innocent they have never committed a crime but they are not innocent of sin. To say that anyone is born innocent of sin other than the Lord Jesus Christ is to deny His uniqueness and divinity.
---Ryan on 8/22/06

Otheres of you will bombard the blog with a plethura of scriptures that say children do not know the difference between good and evil. You are correct, however the knowledge of good and evil is not sin. Adam allowed sin into the world through disobedience the result of the disobedience was the knowledge of good and evil; do not confuse the action (disobedience/sin) with the outcome (knowledge of good and evil).
---Ryan on 8/22/06

#3 Some of you will say this scripture is in the context of marriage. You are correct and within the context of marriage are children. Some of you will go to the account of David's child in II Samuel and say this is proof that all children go to heaven. To that I say: David was a man of great faith (The believing parent) so of course his child was found holy.
---Ryan on 8/22/06

#2 Now many of you will attempt to tell me that this scripture does not mean what it means. Some of you will even go so far as to say that what the scripture is implying is that there is a special influence of the Holy Spirit in the home of a believer to wittness to the unbelieving spouse and the children. To you I say this: God is not a repecter of persons.
---Ryan on 8/22/06

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The scripture I am referencing is:
1Cr 7:14 For the unbelieving husband is sanctified through his wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified through her believing husband; for otherwise your children are unclean, but now they are holy.
---Ryan on 8/22/06

Please know that I will say a prayer for you and your little baby and that you WILL see your baby again in heaven. Your heart is broken, but dont blame God, just pray and ask him what you should do/learn. I know it's hard. God bless you.
---sue on 8/22/06

Ryan, can you PLEASE give the scripture reference where it says that? Because you are in serious error. Father God showed Jesse Duplantis that ALL children, whether or not their parents are saved, are in heaven. Now you can either believe that or not. You can't find a scripture that tells us these kids go to hell. Why would God send kids who's parents didn't teach them the truth send them to hell? It's not their fault.
---Donna9759 on 8/22/06

The bible tells us that God knew us in our mother's womb. He knit us together. Having done that and known us from the moment of conception how can anyone believe that He would send a child to hell if they die either in the womb or in infancy? That would be like you watching your own child (your own flesh and blood) being born and then persnally throwing it into a fire. What kind of God do you believe in Ryan?
---M.P. on 8/22/06

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Ryan ... "The bible teaches that only children of believers are deemed holy"
Where? .. please quote scripture
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/22/06

Ryan you can't prove your statement even from a comic book bible. You are really misguided on this one.
God doesn't determine Heaven or Hell based upon someone else's Salvation and He doesn't send the ones who can't understand to Hell.
What some poor parent must be going through because of your misguided statement is horrible.
---Elder on 8/22/06

Ryan - If that is the case, then what about a baby that has one parent a believer and the other parent an unbeliever? Does half that baby go to Heaven and the other half to Hell? While almost all Christians believe that babies go to Heaven, there is no Scriptural proof.
---Helen_5378 on 8/21/06

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