With loads of conception impossibilities from doctors’ reports, my husband and I knew God only could turn things around and we decided to ask and believe Him. But after the first few months I began to cry every month when my menstrual period showed up. I began to wonder if I would really have a child, I knew God could do it, I had not only heard of but had also seen people He had given children, people with a lot worse medical history than mine: one without a womb. But with every show of blood my faith waned. Then one morning of July 2001 I read 1 Corinthians 2:5 and my faith rose, I became absolutely sure that God could and would give me my children. Every doubt and fear concerning this died that morning and that same month I conceived my first son Joshua.
I have come to see that God cannot be faulted; He said it would be unto us according to our faith. He said if we ask anything in faith he will give it to us. So many times we think we believe when we do not really believe, we wander and waver in faith like it is said in James 1:6.
But we must come to a place of full persuasion, when doubts and fears no longer find a place in our hearts, only then will we draw down our miracles. Abraham received Isaac when he became fully persuaded that what He (God) promised, He was able to perform. Romans 4:21