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These are some books I have read and would recommend:

31 Days of Praise by Ruth and Warren Myers

 This book was given to me by a lady in my Bible study.  I was familiar with the book but had never read it.  It was invaluable in my struggle to praise God even though things had not worked out the way I wanted.  Not only did it have praises for you to repeat and apply each day for a month, but they explained the benefits of learning to praise God when things seemingly go wrong.

Get Out of That Pit: Straight Talk about God’s Deliverance by Beth Moore

This book I began reading while I was finishing her Bible study on the Psalms of Ascent.  I was just coming out of a major depression and it was helpful in seeing how I had fallen into “the pit,” and practical applications for avoiding it in the future.

Any Bible Studies by Beth Moore

During this ten year journey, I completed, sometimes twice, every study Beth Moore has published.  Each one had practical application to the stage I was in at the time I did the study.

Empty Arms by Pam Vredevelt

I read this book after my back-to-back miscarriages in 2007.  It was a difficult time and was comforting to hear someone else’s story of loss.

The Infertility Companion:  Hope and Help for Couples Facing Infertility by Sandra Glahn, T.M.  & William R. Cutrer, MD.

Although I was familiar with most of the technology discussed, I liked the Biblical insights provided.

Other recommendations:

Inconceivable:  Finding Peace in the Midst of Infertility by Shannon Woodward

When the Cradle is Empty:  Answering Tough Questions About Infertility by John and Sylvia Van Regenmorter, Director of Stepping Stones

 Hannah’s Hope by Jennifer Saake