Thursday, May 25, 2017

Angelic Choir Singing in the Darkness

I could not believe it when I stepped out on the sidewalk of the abortion center Wednesday. I had seven new volunteers-- young, eager, Christ-filled volunteers-- brimming with hope and eager to be used of God. The sidewalk was lined with people speaking on behalf of the little babies who cannot speak for themselves.

And a group of those new volunteers sing!

Listen to this:

Two women chose life for their babies that we know of...but I have to believe that many hearts in that place of darkness saw a glimmer of light and saw what is possible when the presence of Christ enters the bleak despair of our blackest sin.

So many people ask me how I can do this work, day in and day out. Don't I find it heart-breaking? There are certainly heart-breaking aspects of what we do there, but the joy of abiding in God's will and still finding the glory of His presence in such an evil place cannot be explained unless you have been there. If nothing else, someone is present to mourn those babies' death and to acknowledge to the world that they have enough value for someone to stand in all kinds of weather in defense of the sanctity of those babies' lives.

And if not me...then who? I agree it is easier to assume some one else will show up. But what if they don't?

If God is calling and you do not listen to His that is heart-breaking. And you will miss the new Cities4Life heavenly choir serenading those little babies that so many have closed their eyes and their ears to.
Our dream is to have volunteers present for all the hours the abortion center is open. Please consider joining us on the sidewalks of the Southeast's busiest abortion center. Email the volunteer coordinator (me...) at . Who knows, maybe you sing well enough to join our new C4L choir...

Psalm 104:33

I will sing to the Lord as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have being.

Addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart,

Oh come, let us sing to the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation!

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