Tuesday, April 11, 2017

"I Hear the Baby Crying" - A Premonition

Yesterday, a woman who was very abortion minded came on the RV for an ultrasound when she was fed up with the abortion center. Two women had wanted to come on our mobile ultrasound RV parked on the curb of the abortion center, and were talked out of it by the pro-choice counselor! Ultimately, the one who came on our RV chose life and she and her boyfriend asked Jesus to be their Lord and Savior. She had entered the RV tearful and overwhelmed. She left smiling, and hugged me for a crushing (painful) long time.

I can't divulge many details for privacy reasons, but I will tell you one little story she shared with us. She was determined to abort and so did not tell her young child about her pregnancy. One day, long before this mom was showing any sign of the baby growing within her, she said her little five-year-old came to her and hugged her tummy.

"Mommy," the little child said pressing her cheek against her mother's midsection, "I hear the baby crying."

I wonder if this sweet woman returned home yesterday after choosing life for her unborn baby, and the little five-year-old pressed her face against her mother's womb saying, "Mommy, I hear the baby laughing."

Three women chose life yesterday on the sidewalk of the abortion center.  Please join us, the fields are ripe for harvest but the workers are few. Go HERE for information about this life-affirming ministry.

The radio show featuring the pro-life vs. pro-choice presence on the sidewalks of the abortion center did not air yesterday. I don't know why. The reporter did not return my call or email. However we were told it will air Thursday, WFAE.org all day Thursday on line, and 9-10 a.m. for first broadcast, 90.7 FM locally in Charlotte.

Genesis 21: 6-7
 And Sarah said, “God has made me laugh, and all who hear will laugh with me.” She also said, “Who would have said to Abraham that Sarah would nurse children? For I have borne him a son in his old age.”

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