- Gospel singer Cynthia Maccauley has revealed that her baby died in her womb nine months into her first pregnancy
- The What Shall I Say singer said the same people she ministered to began to speak about her after the traumatic experience
- Many internet users who read her Instagram post trooped to the comment section to express emotions
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Gospel singer Cynthia Maccauley has disclosed that her baby died in her womb nine months into her first pregnancy and people began to speak about her.
The singer revealed her painful past via Instagram to motivate her fans and followers.
''During my first pregnancy, the baby died in my womb in the ninth month and people began to speak against me,'' she recalled.
Cynthia Maccauley recounted that the same people she ministered to said she deserved what had happened to her because she refused to stay away from active ministry during her pregnancy.
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''But this consistent and faithful God took notice of my heart and accepted my sacrifice unto Him,'' she said.
Inspiring fans with her story
Now, the singer is a mother of three wonderful children. ''Child of God, be encouraged. Don't give up,'' she said.
The What Shall I Say singer added:
''Don't let any situation or the mockery of people discourage you from serving the Lord Jesus Christ. He will surely reward your service, honour your sacrifice and restore all you seem to have lost in service to Him!''
Read her post below:
How fans reacted
Several internet users who read her Instagram post trooped to the comment section to express emotions.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
''Amen, God bless you too.''
''God bless you Ma. God is indeed consistent in all His ways.''
''Won’t he do it? For his name's sake, the righteous will not be put to shame. He’s the only one that has integrity and the ability to do what he has said. All you need to do is to trust him with the WHAT, leave the HOW to him, and leave the WHEN to him.''
''Lord, You're too faithful to fail me.''
Mimi Andani and Her Husband Welcome “Miracle” Baby Girl after 2 Miscarriages
YEN.com.gh previously reported that after two miscarriages and one chemical pregnancy, singer Mimi Andani Michaels and her husband Nana Michaels have welcomed their ''miracle'' daughter.
The couple welcomed baby Marvella Dzikunu Michaels weeks ago, and Mimi made their bundle of joy public on Instagram Saturday, March 26.
''Weeks ago, our rainbow baby Marvella, a miracle child, was born, and I am here to celebrate God’s mercies, favour, and grace upon my life,'' she said.
Singer Tasha Cobbs and Her Husband Welcome First Son
In a similar story, YEN.com.gh reported that eight months after welcoming their son into their family via adoption, gospel musician Tasha Cobbs Leonard and her husband Kenneth have released photos with the boy.
After a rough journey to parenthood, the couple couldn't be more excited to introduce the child to the world.
In an Instagram post, the pair posed in photos with the adorable boy glowing with joy.
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