Abortion: A Positive Experience To Be Shared With Others.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/05/05/im-not-ready-to-have-children-activist-films-her-own-abortion-to-show-women-it-can-be-a-positive-experience/

http://www.cosmopolitan.com/advice/health/why-i-filmed-my-abortion

The story has to be read to be believed. This young woman films herself during her abortion in order to show other women that it can be a positive experience.

“I feel in awe of the fact that I can make a baby. I can make a life. I knew what I was going to do was right, because it was right for me and no one else,” she concludes. “I just want to tell my story.”

She’s so in awe of the fact that she can make a baby that she has to make a video of herself destroying that which she is in awe of.

She did it because she wanted to do what was right. Right for her. Right for no one else. Including the boy or girl she had conceived and would have birthed.

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3 Responses to Abortion: A Positive Experience To Be Shared With Others.

  1. Agapoula says:

    This is so sad, that I feel I really need to add a prayer here, if you do not mind.

    Heavenly Father,
    Thou hast given us the gift of freedom
    to love and to follow in Thy ways and commands.
    Some parents choose to abuse this freedom
    by destroying the gift of life
    which Thou hast given to their offspring.
    Please forgive those who destroy human life
    by aborting their unborn babies.
    Give these unborn children the opportunity
    to enjoy Thee for all eternity,
    if it according to Thy ordinance.
    Assist me in being one in solidarity with Thy little ones
    by taking to heart the words of Thy Son,
    “whatever you did for one of these least brothers of Mine,
    you did for Me.” (Mt. 25:40)
    Therefore, allow me today, Father,
    to adopt spiritually an unborn child
    and to offer my prayers, works,
    joys and sufferings for that little one,
    so that child will be able to be born and live
    for Thy greater honor and glory.
    We pray this in Jesus’ name,
    in union with the Holy Spirit one God forever and ever.

    Amen.

    From Catholic.org.

  2. Agapoula says:

    May God have mercy on this woman. May she come to repentance. May He cradle those aborted babies in His arms in heaven. May God have mercy and direct others away from the same path, of murdering babies. May He bless them with the understanding that their babies have right to live. May all women considering abortion be forgiven and learn to love the human life in their wombs. Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, Have mercy on us sinners. Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, Have mercy on us sinners. Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, Have mercy on us sinners

  3. UK Fred says:

    I think that this story is a great challenge to Christians. We believe that abortion is wrong, but how much do we support the woman who is considering abortion to help her have pre-natal care, give birth safely, and, if she cannot look after the child, help with the adoption procedures to do the best for both mother and child.

    It is all very well to say “Don’t have an abortion!”, but some parents will disown their daughter for getting pregnant, or may have such a chaotic home life that the pregnant woman is better off out of her home situation. What do Christians do for the person who is in danger at home or in even more danger on the streets?

    I am not saying that Christians ought to celebrate out-of-wedlock conceptions, but we need to recognise that we are all sinners who fall short of the Glory of God, and help other sinners to cope with the circumstances with which they are faced. We ought to preach the Word, including the Old Testament, and show everyone their true situation without our Saviour, then show the hope and forgiveness that Yeshua brings. There is a price that we would have to pay to do this, in terms of both money, time and other resources. Are we willing to be doers of the Word and not just hearers?

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