Wednesday, July 28, 2010

July 24th "Thank you for leaving this awful killing place" she replied.." I should be thanking you".

Approx 15 killed KY-1, MO-11, IL-3 1 save As the hot sun was dawning over the City of Slaughter, we set up our pregnancy outreach to the abortion- bound mothers. Only two cars from the day before were parked on the lot waiting for the belly of the beast to unlock their doors so they could finish the grisly deaths of their children.
God blessed our ministry early on during this year’s soon-to-be hottest day on record. A former Hope Clinic employee, “Mary,” walked from the hospital and opened the door of her car while Daniel spoke with her. He thanked her for leaving this awful killing place after working there for so many years. “I should be thanking you,” she replied as she got into her car and drove off the lot. A great start to the oppressive day!
Several pregnant mothers from previous days returned to finish the late-term dismemberments of their large babies. It was so hot that even the deathscorts were subdued under the closest shade tree, as we ventured to approach clients’ cars. It was extremely hot; 107 degrees with the heat index, but we were able to speak and give much literature to those who found themselves in a place they should not be.
The young pregnant girl from Kentucky came back out, confirmed she was not killing her baby, and drove off the lot. Praise God!
God renews and strengthens us each day: Like a small piece of chocolate, His little gifts of grace and blessings such as an unexpected “thank you,” the sight of a newborn babe that was spared, or the conversion of a once hardened heart makes the wilderness all worth it. It took Moses and the Israelites 40 years; it may take us 40 years as well, but God and I are the majority. Alleluia!
When you search for Me, you will find Me if you seek Me with all your heart.” Jeremiah 29:13. Today Lord, I will look for You in all Your gifts: the smile of a child, the warmth of the sun, and the meaning of the cross.

Be encouraged ~Angela