A news item from the BBC on my iPlayer reminded me of an accident that happened eleven years ago. I quote, “A driver had a lucky escape when a metal pole crashed through the front window of her car, up through the steering wheel past a baby seat and out the back window.”
My daughter in law had just left her older girl to school. She was returning home with her younger child who was strapped in a car seat in the back. The car slipped off the road and hit a row of wooden fencing. Two wooden planks shot through the windscreen, narrowly missing the mum and child. Praise God neither mum or child was harmed physically. My daughter in law was traumatized at the thought of what could have happened.
I am confident that Angels were watching over them that morning, diverting the planks away from harming anyone. Psalm 91 tells me,
“No harm will overtake you, no disaster will come near your tent.
For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways;
they will lift you up in their hands,”
Psalm 91:10-11 , 12 NIV
“He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them.
And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.
And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me.
See that you do not despise one of these little ones.
For I tell you that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father in heaven.”
Matthew 18:2-3, 5, 10 NIV
This coming week people in the south of Ireland will vote to decide if the law should be changed as regards Abortion.
Ireland has been a safe place for me to rear children. Family life is important in Ireland. Grandparents are honored, marriage has been held in honor and children have been welcomed. Ireland has upheld these values for generations. Forty five years ago when I first travelled south one would visit a restaurant on a Sunday. Families including grandparents would be out for dinner, relaxing and enjoying each others company.
I’m glad I have raised my children in Ireland.
I hope the people of Ireland take to heart and remember what Jesus said.
“Do not despise one of these little ones.” Don’t let the law be changed.
6 thoughts on “Say No to Abortion”
Abort ‘em all! — God said, as he was being manufactured by someone else’s ideologies.
All can be warped, may we feel strongly that it should.
Say no to projecting your beliefs into families who do not wish to sport another child. An unwanted child is an unhappy one, but asking for consideration of these elements is a luxury only Jesus can lavish on, it seems.
Listen, and you shall see, see further than myth and rust.
Thank you Johnny for your comment. Today we have choices and freedom. I choose to believe in God and his Word.
You are correct, but choices carry responsibility and freedom hauls a lot of weight.
I chose to oppose views whose product opposes that very same choice and freedom.
You chose to believe in God, someone else might choose to abort. Or is choice something only theologians are afforded?
I find that comment interesting, considering choice is exactly what you’re opposing in this post.
Hi Johnny, In my blog I am quoting the truth. They are not my words. They are the Word of God. I am not a theologian. I only write about what I have experienced in my life what God has done for me. Angela
I understand that, but truth is a variable, and it is still of highest injustice for you to believe you can cap someone of their freedom because of *your* truth.
I’m only asking that you reconsider these views. God is a beautiful thing, so not enslave Him by using Him as an instrument to cruelty.
Your truth may not be variable, but this isn’t your truth, it’s the truth of many families and an entire nation. Be considerate, may I beg for anything, I would beg for your ponder.
Jesus said he was the truth. Read about him for yourself and make your decision. You are someone who creates with words. You are intelligent. A