Posted by: x | January 22, 2011

52,008,665

That is the number of people missing from two generations of Americans.

On this day, in 1973, the Supreme Court ruled that abortions are legal in the U.S.

It is estimated that 11 million people were killed during the German holocaust. By contrast, over 52 million people have been killed by abortions in the U.S. since 1973.

 

Today, I mourn the lives that have been lost, and pray that hearts would be changed.

Because ultimately, the only way for laws to change is if people change.

 

Please pray with me.

Please love the children in your life, as the precious gifts that they are.

Please support your local pregnancy centers, which provide education and options for all women, and support them no matter what they decide.

Please support adoptive and foster parents, who give love and care to children in need.

Please show compassion, and do not judge those who have had abortions.

Please speak up for the pre-born, who cannot speak for themselves, but who are alive and human in every possible way.

 

And if you are reading this, pregnant and scared and feeling alone — please know that you are not alone! I want to support you and help you. Please write to me.

 

 

*** facts for this post were gathered here, here, and here ***

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Responses

  1. I just read an article yesterday about many children’s vaccines being either created or sustained on aborted fetal tissue. I was shocked…and now I need to do more research on it. But it’s another reason to grieve for our country if it’s true.

    • Oh, how horrible. Do you have the link to the article?


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