As if an aborted foetus could speak!
That is never going to happen!
And so their voices go unheard
God is the only one who hears their cries.
Goodness! – what a title for a post! I hate the word foetus. It SO depersonalises the BABY in the womb. The baby in the womb isn’t an ‘it’ or a thing. Let’s dispense with the word foetus!
I’m thinking, what if the baby in the womb could speak!
Or what if an aborted baby could speak, what would they say?
What if they could passionately and articulately argue for their right to life. Wouldn’t we have to listen? Wouldn’t things be different? I mean, if they could speak and argue their existence it would be a no brainer. We would have to say “Well done, intelligent and articulate baby. We can see your reasoning. You are just like us. We can see you have a right to live. Welcome to this life!”
However, this is but a fanciful dream. In reality, babies in the womb are helpless and vulnerable and cannot speak for themselves. So…
Babies in the womb need an advocate!
Babies in the womb need our help!
Gianna Jessen was aborted at birth but, through a series of miracles, survived to become an advocate for babies in the womb. She is a testimony of passionate survival and courage through the trials in her life. Gianna loves Jesus and lifts Him higher at every opportunity. This message is not just ‘pro life rhetoric’ but a heart felt, God breathed, cry for LIFE, LIFE and MORE LIFE! Life in abundance. Life in all it’s fullness. It’s a call to drawing a line. It’s time to take a stand. Enough is enough! Be a man of God! Be a woman of God!
Are we standing up and fighting for the things that matter?
Gianna Jessen, abortion survivor speaks at Queen’s Hall, Parliament House, Victoria (Australia) September 8 2008 on the eve of the debate to decriminalize abortion in Victoria. Gianna’s visit was sponsored by the Ad Hoc Interfaith Committee – Part 1
Gianna Jessen, abortion survivor speaks at Queen’s Hall, Parliament House, Victoria (Australia) September 8 2008 on the eve of the debate to decriminalize abortion in Victoria. Gianna’s visit was sponsored by the Ad Hoc Interfaith Committee – Part 2