This is the generation that will abolish abortion

346 BABIES SAVED from abortion in the last 33 day at 40 Days for Life Vigils – 7 Days Left – Will you join a vigil?

I got this update from Shawn at at 40 Days for Life this morning. What an amazing testimony to the power of prayer at the abortion mills. It’s not too late to join a prayer vigil, go to http://www.40daysforlife.com/ to find the vigil closest to you.

One week to go!

With just 7 days left in the spring campaign, we are now
aware of …

… 346 babies whose mothers have turned away from
abortion — that we know of!

Here are just a few of the stories about those babies
saved that I have received from local 40 Days for Life
teams in 247 locations worldwide.

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WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
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Several 40 Days for Life volunteers were praying in
front of Planned Parenthood, including some children
who were kneeling. After a while, a young woman came
out of the building and began to speak with the mother
of one of the girls kneeling in prayer.

The young woman asked what was going on, and the
volunteer explained, telling her that they offer support
and information to women who are thinking about abortion.

After some discussion, the young woman decided to keep
her baby. She and the volunteer then went straight to
the nearby pregnancy resource center.

“Please pray for this young woman,” said Paula in
Wilmington. “She is very poor, homeless and has very
little support. She has also been mistreated by her
boyfriend.”

Before she left, the young woman went up to the girls
and told them the good news and said that she hoped her
child would be good like them — beautiful young ladies
praying for her and her baby.

“She looked so happy,” Paula said. “We assured her of
our prayers. Praise God!”

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ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
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40 Days for Life volunteers in Orange County spoke to a
woman who had arrived at Planned Parenthood to schedule
an appointment.

“She was told by her doctor that her baby has deformities,”
said Alejandra in Orange County, “and due to her diabetes,
her best option would be to abort.”

She said that in her heart, that was not what she wanted
to hear. But that’s also what she was told by a second
doctor. One of the doctors even said Planned Parenthood
“would do a good job on her.”

The “job,” of course, referred to abortion.

“After talking to us, she is now willing to give her baby
a chance to live,” said Alejandra. The woman was taken to
a pregnancy resource center and then to see a doctor in
Los Angeles who specializes in high-risk pregnancies.

“What a difference,” the young mother said. “The people
here are warm, caring and friendly. You are treated like
a person — unlike at Planned Parenthood.”

Because she has diabetes, the specialist will continue to
monitor her weekly so the baby has all the chances he or
she deserves.

“Please keep her and her baby in your prayers,” said
Alejandra. “Praise the Lord for the opportunity he gave
us to reach to this mom.”

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LAKELAND, FLORIDA
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The Lakeland team recently had a blessing — an
opportunity to actually meet a child who was spared from
abortion during an earlier 40 Days for Life campaign.

Sherri says that while several volunteers were praying
at the vigil, “a woman parked her car, quickly opened
the back door and carried out a beautiful little girl.”

This woman had seen a 40 Days for Life vigil once before
in another city.

“My daughter was scheduled to have an abortion,” she
said. “We arrived and there were 40 Days for Life
volunteers outside.” It was her prayer that SOMETHING
would change her daughter’s mind.

As they sat in the waiting room, she said, “time was
running out. She was next to go back. All of a sudden,
she stood and said, ‘Let’s go, Mom. I can’t do this!'”

The woman then said, “God hears your prayers. He saved
this precious little girl — my granddaughter. She is
living proof!”

5 Comments

  1. Coco
    Posted April 11, 2011 at 2:12 pm | Permalink

    For the woman from Wilmington. If she is “homeless and very poor” how is she going to raise this child? Will she really be able to provide more than just love for this baby when it is born for however long the child will be dependent on her, which is now around 20 years old?

    • Posted April 11, 2011 at 4:51 pm | Permalink

      Coco we of course will be helping here, besides, that would be no excuse to kill a child.

      • Coco
        Posted April 12, 2011 at 6:54 am | Permalink

        I’m very glad to hear that you monetarily provide for this child. Does this include the other 345?

  2. Saphraine
    Posted April 12, 2011 at 8:24 pm | Permalink

    This is so great to hear Bryan. God is doing a powerful work in this nation to fight abortion!

    I wonder though if these young mothers who are turning AWAY from abortion are also talked to about Adoption? This could also potentially answer Coco’s question.
    The first step is that that baby LIVES the second is to provide either through an adoption agency, or just support for that little baby.

    Thank you LORD for saving these babies!!

  3. Gloria Lombardi
    Posted April 18, 2011 at 7:05 pm | Permalink

    To Coco,

    I don’t know if you are a man or women, doesn’t matter, what does matter is this: Life is in the blood. Once God gives life, it’s His to give and His to take, not ours. We who believe this would suggest some things this world would be surprised to know. If a women would keep her legs closed from the desires to be loved, this is what we think sex does for us, but what it does, it demeans women, drive men to run away from responsibilities, giving up his God given rights to be a man and stand up to his responsibility, and or once pregant, there is always adoptions. Never a need to kill an innocent little baby, who by the way, feels great pain being torn apart in the safest place in the world, or at least use to be, in the mothers womb. Lets try to do it God’s way and refrain from murder. Remember, Thou Shalt Not Kill! I speak this in love, not judging anyone.

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