Please allow me to have endurance that comes from you, and keep me safe. Watch over my baby and allow him/her to be born under the best of circumstances. May Your will be done, Lord. Give me a sense of calm and purpose as I go through labor and delivery.
10 Things to Say During Labor You’re Doing a Great Job. She may not believe you, even if it’s true. I Love You. Think of the Baby. You’re Going to Be a Great Mother. Awesome! Keep Going. I’m Here for You. Just a Bit More.
holy angels of God, designated to guard me and the child I am bearing, defend us, govern us, so that by your assistance we may finally come to the glory you enjoy and with you praise and bless our common Lord and Master, who reigns forever and ever. AMEN.
Grant a safe delivery Lord I ask and help me to be strong and courageous in Your Name, Amen. Dear God, I bless You for the joy that this child will bring to the world. Lord you said that “I will not bear children doomed to misfortune, for they will be a people blessed by the Lord”.
Here are a few ideas to get you started: Massage your partner’s temples to help release stress and relax. Remind her to go to the bathroom every hour. Try cool compresses on her neck and face. Encourage her to drink fluids and eat if her doctors will allow it. Help her change positions to encourage labor to progress.
“Children are a gift from the Lord. They are a reward from Him.” “For this child I prayed and the Lord has granted the desires of my heart.” “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.”
Tell your friends that you will message them straight away when baby is born . Ask them not to text you, to ask “how you are”, or “ if baby has arrived” after your due date but maybe a “I’m nipping to the supermarket, do you want anything” text is fine.
Tell her what a wonderful job she’s doing, how in awe you are of her and her strength, and that you love her. Say things like, “You’re doing great!” or “I’m so proud of you!” Keep your voice quiet and calming. If you can stay calm, hopefully that’ll help mama stay calm.
What you can do: Pushing tips Push as if you’re having a bowel movement. Relax your body and thighs and push as if you’re having the biggest BM of your life. Tuck your chin to your chest. Give it all you’ve got. Stay focused. Change positions. Trust your instinct. Rest between contractions. Stop pushing as instructed.
Lord, I thank You for this baby and I give my pregnancy to You, praying that throughout the whole time You will be there to comfort and encourage and strengthen each member of the family. I pray that You would place Your hand of blessing on this little human being that is being formed in my womb
It’s good to pray for a baby – God wants us to ask Him for the desires of our hearts! But, if you set your heart, mind and soul on having a baby , then you’re not open to God’s holy and perfect will for your life. Allow God to change your heart as you keep praying for a baby . Trust Him.
With regards to the remaining sunna and nafl prayers , standing is not an integral, and one may pray them sitting at any time. However, if they are performed while sitting in the absence of a lawful excuse, one receives only half the reward of the prayer .
Examples “So happy for you two! “Ahhh! “You two deserve every bit of happiness this baby is going to bring you.” “So many happy and wonder-filled times ahead for you… “Warmest congratulations on the birth of your sweet baby girl!” “Love just got real. “Welcome to the world, little one!
Psalm 94:18-19 “When I said , “My foot is slipping,” your unfailing love, Lord, supported me. When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought me joy. Proverbs 29:25 “Fear of man will prove to be a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is kept safe .”
Prayer to the Holy Spirit I pray that You bless my newborn baby and keep her. Please make Your face shine upon her and show her that You are a gracious God . Thank You in advance for turning Your head towards my infant and giving her peace. Thank You in advance for Your divine protection over my child’s life.