Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Heavy Hearts

This is the report I read tonight about this woman. 
"My heart is heavy tonight with the news that she through with aborting her twin baby girls. Her situation even affected the workers inside the clinic who asked her if she was sure she wanted to do it because she was so far along. (It's VERY rare for abortion clinic workers to ask things like this.) They said she showed NO emotion. Now we will all pray that she repents."

That was a concern of mine. The sheer lack of emotion going in was disconcerting enough but the same lack of it leaving is even more so.   I am reminded of the testimony of Carol Everett gave in her book Blood Money about women's reactions after their abortions:

"But, they have the abortion and they go to the recovery room, and then there are two reactions in the recovery room. The first one is: I've killed my baby. And even then, it amazed me that that was the first time they called it a baby and the first time they called it murder. But, you know, as bad as that sounds, that's probably the healthiest reaction. That woman is probably going to have the ability to walk out of there and deal with it, and perhaps be healed and go on.
And now, in Europe, where they've had abortions for much, much longer than we have, there are some authorities in the Netherlands who are alluding to a spiritual healing that women have to go through before they can completely deal with their abortion. So they're getting closer day by day by day. But the second reaction is: I am hungry, you kept me in here for four hours and you told me I'd only be here for two; let me out of here. Now that woman is doing what I did. She's running from her abortion. She's not dealing with it; she's choosing to deny it, and she's the woman that we read all the statistics about, post-abortion syndrome. They say now it's an average of five years before people actually deal with the fact that, yes, they did kill their baby. And yes, they do have to deal with that."

I want to write more here but my computer is acting up to the point  I cannot type anything (long explanation)Again, I just ask for prayers for not only the woman who aborted her twin girls but also the workers who actually paused and asked to make sure this woman was sure about what she was doing.  

All of these workers were once in the abortion industry at one time.  Seeds were planted in them too  and they left the abortion business.  
Carol Everett, Dr. Bernard Nathanson, Norma McCorvey, Dr. Noreen Johnson and her husband Dr. Hayward Robinson,  Abby Johnson, Jewels Green, Joan Appleton, Dr. David Brewer,Brenda Pratt Shafer, Dr. Patti Giebink, Dr. Mcarthur Hill, Kathy Sparks, Dr. Joseph Randolph, Dr. Beverly McMillan, Dr. Anthony Levatino (who recently gave testimony to Congress on the pain the baby feels from abor tion), Dr. Paul E. Jarrett, Dr. Arnold Halpern, Luhra Tivis, Joy Davis, Hellen Pendley,  Nita Whitten, Debra Henry, Stojan Adasevic, Catherine Adair, Ramona Trevino, Sue Thayer, Patricia Sandoval, Luis Maldonado, and recently, abortionist Scott Spagnolo-Hye has stopped doing abortions.  I don't know what Hye's reason for stopping but he is no longer doing abortions at the last report.  He used to be at Pendergraft's facility (Orlando Women's Center where the woman mentioned above aborted her twins).   

I pray for all of them....for those wanting to leave, those about to and those who have left....continued healing and may they grow in Him. God is still on the throne and He is still in control. I think about the woman who went into that facility and left it today.....and many like her.  They do late-term abortions there every Wednesday I am told.  That's just one city times all the abortionists listed at http://abortiondocs.org/  She wasn't the first and she won't be the last. I feel quite deadened by all this and I am numb and I don't visit these places to counsel. All I do is report and believe that one more big mouth is needed because our state-run media won't report it.  So please pray for those those loving but diamond-nerved sidewalk counselors.  May they never weary of doing good.  Please pray for them as we know the spiritual warfare to keep them away is very great.  Pray for protection for them and for them to love in His strength and not their own.  They can't not do it (sidewalk counseling) but it is very hard to face that much evil day in and day out. 

Okay....I am having major problems with my computer.  So this is now the FOURTH attempt to say....God is GOOD.   We must cling to Him.  He doesn't have to answer us nor does He have to ever explain what He is doing.  But I do sometimes say...I look forward to seeing what You have in mind to working this out for good.  We may never find out but we do know He will be victorious in it all.


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