Actor Kellan Lutz Responds to Wife’s Miscarriage: ‘God Will Restore’

Photo courtesy of Brittany Lutz on Instagram

Actor Kellan Lutz Responds to Wife’s Miscarriage: ‘God Will Restore’

By Tess Farrand, Associate Content Editor

God will restore,” affirmed actor Kellen Lutz (THE TWILIGHT SAGA) after he and his wife, Brittany, shared that their daughter died in utero after six months in the womb.

“Just know we love you all and appreciate you all and we process all differently,” the actor posted to Instagram. “Can’t wait to see our baby girl in Heaven when God calls us home.”

The pair appear to be relying heavily on their Christian faith during this unimaginable season of grief.

“Taking heartbrokenness to a whole new level but Grateful for these past 6 months and the journey itself,” Kellan said. “In life we might not get the answers to all of our questions but we will always remain faithful!”

Brittany also mentioned her faith as she shared the devastation:

Baby girl,⁣
It was my absolute honor and pleasure to be your mom these last 6 months. I did my best and it was an absolute joy seeing your little face all those times on that screen and feeling your tiny kicks. I don’t know why it happened the way it did, but part of me finds so much peace knowing you never experienced pain or heartache and never will. You’re in the arms of Jesus now and one day we will get to meet you for real. Until I see you in heaven… your mommy loves you so much.

The couple shared that Brittany nearly lost her life during the miscarriage. Brittany wrote:

I’m not ready to talk about what happened, and I’m not sure I ever will. But I can say I am SO grateful for the most amazing husband who’s been by my side the entire time. I have the best most supportive family. The prayers from friends have meant everything. My incredible doctor and the amazing team at UCLA Medical Center who kept me alive are the real MVPs. And to all of you who donate blood- I have never been more grateful for you. Without you people like me wouldn’t be here. ⁣

Less than two months ago, the couple announced in November 2019 that they were expecting.

The couple has been very open about their faith on social media. On the eve of 2020, Brittany wrote:

A lot of people would argue that the greatest act of love was Jesus dying on the cross for us to take our place in the judgement seat when our life here is done. But Jesus didn’t die on the cross in a moment of passion. He didn’t die during an emotional high. He wasn’t falling in love with us. He actually asked to not have to do it (and who could blame Him?!). But He was already in love with us. He had already made the decision that He loved us so it didn’t matter what feelings and emotions were going on, He was going to come through even in His pain and suffering and uncomfortability. He was committed to us. ⁣⁣
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So for those of us who’s standard is to be more Christ-like, we can’t expect to live and love based on our FEELINGS and expect to have a fulfilled love life on that alone. For those of you who love hard and choose to love, in 2020 make sure the person you’re pursuing/dating is choosing you back. Like really choosing you. Take it from me, wasting time on people who aren’t loving you right is time you can’t get back and heartache in the making. For those of you still in the waiting, let this be the year you surrender control of your love life and see what God can do. 💛

 

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Grateful. 💛⁣ ⁣ I heard someone say “You don’t fall in love. It’s not a hole. You choose love.” I wholeheartedly agree with this. It doesn’t always feel like you’re choosing love in the moment because your emotions and feelings are right there encouraging you and leading you. That’s why it’s important we master our feelings and emotions. To make sure they’re leading us to true love & to get our hearts there safely. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ In the same way you can’t fall out of a hole, you can’t fall out of love. It is a two way street of course, definitely not saying it isn’t. But at the end of the day love is a choice that hopefully you’re both making. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ A lot of people would argue that the greatest act of love was Jesus dying on the cross for us to take our place in the judgement seat when our life here is done. But Jesus didn’t die on the cross in a moment of passion. He didn’t die during an emotional high. He wasn’t falling in love with us. He actually asked to not have to do it (and who could blame Him?!). But He was already in love with us. He had already made the decision that He loved us so it didn’t matter what feelings and emotions were going on, He was going to come through even in His pain and suffering and uncomfortability. He was committed to us. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ So for those of us who’s standard is to be more Christ-like, we can’t expect to live and love based on our FEELINGS and expect to have a fulfilled love life on that alone. For those of you who love hard and choose to love, in 2020 make sure the person you’re pursuing/dating is choosing you back. Like really choosing you. Take it from me, wasting time on people who aren’t loving you right is time you can’t get back and heartache in the making. For those of you still in the waiting, let this be the year you surrender control of your love life and see what God can do. 💛

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Please pray that the Lord continues to sustain the Lutz family during this heartbreaking time.

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