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Kari Jobe Shares Faith Lessons After Loss Of Unborn Niece – Announces Baby Gender

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kari jobeSinger Kari Jobe has described losing her unborn niece at 7 months as the worst shock in her life, however the pregnant singer is hopeful about the Christmas saying no matter the circumstance, one can still celebrate Jesus.

Jobe and her singer husband Cody Carnes also revealed that she will be due in February 2016 and that is one thing one can be hopeful for.

In a newsletter to her fans, she said:

“My family already loved this unborn baby as a daughter, sister, niece and granddaughter. Dreams we held for the future disappeared…,” Jobe revealed. “Losing my niece was the worst shock of my life. I’ve been pretty quiet over the past two months because there’s not much to say when your heart is out of words. Posting short updates and encouragements on social media doesn’t come so easily when your soul is in deep pain… During this hard season, I’ve learned it’s always best to be absolutely honest with the Lord… Bringing our questions to the Lord turns our sadness into trust and worship. This new found faith brings a shift in the atmosphere of our hearts as God brings beauty from pain and peace from tragedy,” she said. “God always provides us with gifts to help us live with grace through the hard seasons. For our family, those gifts include Duke, Kris and Michael’s amazing two and a half year old son, and baby Carnes, who will arrive in February 2016.”

Jobe also revealed that the gender of the baby is a boy in the newsletter. We are anxiously anticipating February and we pray the grace of the Lord upon the grieving family. Amen.

 

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