Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Letter From A Woman On Abortion

Human babies' greatest threat to life is complacent humans more devoted to a false 'doctrine of privacy' (in the name of tolerance) than to real life and justice.

 I admire Martin Luther King, Jr. with a great desire to learn from him and a hope to emulate his relentless quest for justice. As in all injustices perpetrated against powerless, innocent humans, the so-called 'good people' chose to avoid controversy (tension) and allowed millions of precious humans to be murdered. We, the good people of America, are doing this today.

What are the good citizens of America waiting for? Time is of the essence! Two babies are brutally killed every minute. As King pleaded with the people of the 1960's, I plead with you today, "the strangely irrational notion that there is something in the very flow of time that will inevitably cure all ills" is "a tradgic misconception." Time itself does not solve social ills. It firmly depends on who uses time more effectively. 50 million babies have been aborted in America since 1973. In 2011, 65% of pregnancies of black women in New York ended by abortion.

We are once again in our country faced with two opposing forces. One that wants abortion to end and the other that wants it to continue. But what stands between the two is the massive flood of disassociated, disinterested people who for the love of social order, pseudo-privacy and tolerance willing to let everyone do as one chooses and to pretend babies aborted are not really being humans.

With the unquestionable advances in science and medical equipment, any mother who has watched her baby on an ultrasound monitor and heard the sweet heartbeat would rightly testify that a child is within her womb! There is no doubt--it is an undeniable fact a baby lives within his mother's womb.

Again, history repeats itself. Moderates seeking only to maintain the status quo, not wanting to get involved or disturb their pursuit of happiness, avoid taking the actions necessary to stop the evil . It is someone else's problem... you think? What family has not been touched in America by a "Death by Abortion"? I dare say none.

It is time we considered a national memorial monument and a day of repentance and remembrance for these little babies. But before we can begin, we must stop "Death by Abortion" in America!

The facts are too overwhelming to deny that your family is not involved. One out of every six people in America have been aborted. How comfortable are you with this hard evidence? And truth told the mother and often the father's life has been destroyed by the abortion of the child. The personal nightmare of relentless shame, guilt and crushing despair causes many parents who aborted to plead for death to themselves to make the pain end. It is time you get uncomfortable and listen to many who are now choosing to be "silent no more"!


We just celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day! His niece, Dr. Alveda King, is walking in her uncle's footsteps. These babies are condemned to death in their mother's womb without any justice for their basic constitutional rights that are endowed not by you, me or governments but by the Creator God.

God forms a baby in a mother's womb and give the child a right to life, liberty and a pursuit of happiness. Martin Luther King, Jr said, "Society must protect the robbed and punish the robber." And He so rightly proclaimed, "We will have to repent in this generation not merely for the hateful words and actions of the bad people but for the appalling silence of the good people." Do you need to repent?

 Are you willing you join Alveda King? You can get involved.

You can vote only for candidates that will vow to stop abortion today! You can attend events,  non-violence walks, the rally in Washington, D.C.. What is stopping you? Abortion must be rooted out by relentless and determined action. Love and peace are demonstrated through action.

Open your heart, listen to the cries, recognize the urgency and sense the needs.

What is your testimony? Your life is your living testimony - live it purposefully and do something today to stop abortion in America. A precious little baby's time is up. If we don't act, she will be killed. If we all speak our conscience publicly, she can live. Truly, Abortion is a matter of life or death.

4 comments:

  1. I agree 100% with everything you have said. I think many people at least from my own experience feel complete and total shame, not to mention heartache in past choices. The biggest supporters of pro-life are people who chose abortion and later (or instantly) regretted it. I think the main thing holding people back from fighting the pro-life cause are guilt and shame. I know I wanted to be on the frontline fighing against abortion but because I felt like a hypocrite, my shame held me back. I think it's important to reach those women and men who have chose abortion in the past and heal them so they are able to fight this fight. You gave me my new topic for my blog... thanks I hope you don't mind me linking this post to my blog:) God Bless! I am following you now!

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  2. Thank you Lauren. Lauren, when you have written your post come back and place the link in the comment section. I would be honored to be linked together with you. And yes, I have heard so many women tell that they instantly cried verbally or non-verbally "STOP!" or "NO" or "DON'T" ... but it was too late. And then comes the stabbing pain of guilt and shame. So I totally agree that all women and men who have aborted a child need to be embraced with grace, love and forgiveness. They need to be helped to heal for the past and they are the most powerful frontline advocates in fighting this fight. I stand with you and love you for healing and being brave to speak up.

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  3. Here you go!

    http://purpleelephantintheroom.blogspot.com/2012/01/pro-life-movement-half-problem.html

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  4. yes..the slaughter of the innocents continues...prayers and fasting.....
    I am your newer follower..pls follow back if you can.

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