The Sanctity of Life

**I am going to be very raw and vulnerable in this post. If you have any negative comments or opinions just scroll on by.**

I found out, only five years ago, that I was moments away from not being here.

You see, these little ones that are being marched for in D.C. right now, that was almost me.

I’d rather keep the details private {for now} but when the truth was revealed to me it was like being born again. And I’ve already been born again spiritually! I know that our Creator saved me and used what was meant for evil for His good. Six weeks after my mother was told to get dressed and that she was too far along I was born! Crazy, right? But God! And look at all of these beautiful babies I’ve had that wouldn’t have been here. Eucharisteo!

I like to see myself as proof that just because somebody was born in less than desirable circumstances DOES NOT mean they are going to have a bad life! That is a lie! I’ve had an amazing life! But just like every single person alive, it hasn’t been sunshine and roses every day. We all go through struggles.

Some people have told me that they’re so sorry or that I need to weep about this. On the contrary, I have been filled with such an incredible joyfulness and courage! And a loving fear of God. He spared my life. How can I not stand on the sidewalks and pray for the lives of these little ones? Those sidewalk counselors that were outside that hot summer day in 1980 had no idea there was a life saved that day. I wish I knew who they were. But alas, I have no doubt I will get the chance to thank them for their prayers when I go Home.

Brothers and Sisters, your prayers are not in vain. Sidewalk counseling is rough. Nobody likes you. Heck, even the local churches turn a blind eye, as if God’s children aren’t being dismembered just down the street. I’m not asking you to pray about joining us. I’m telling you to join us.

Some want to live within the sound of church or chapel bell; I want to run a rescue shop within a yard of hell.

-Charles Studd

As I stand up for the unborn I also want to let you know that our society is lying to you. They want people to believe that innocent babies aren’t really being dismembered. So for those of you who have had an abortion I want you to know that there is forgiveness and there is healing. I can not recommend this book enough. It’s a must.

Forgiven and Set Free

I trust that God can use your story to help others who are considering an abortion and/or to help those who are struggling with the aftermath. So many women are tortured with thoughts of suicide after doing what so many believe is just a trip to the doctor.

There is good. There is beauty. There is love. And you’re just the vessel He’s going to use to show it.

But now, O LORD, you are our Father; we are the clay, and you are our potter; we are all the work of your hand. (Isaiah 64:8 ESV)

My loves, be His light in a dark and quiet world. There are many around you suffering silently.

Blessings 🌻

2019-01-18T16:15:05+00:00

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