If the possibility of suffering is the foundation upon which is built the philosophy of so-called "merciful" abortion and euthanasia, then not one of us is safe from those wielding that bloody sword. Even those wielding it must one day face another wielding it in their direction. Cherry Bieber

February 1997 - Quote from Mother Teresa at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington attended by the President and the First Lady - "What is taking place in America is a war against the child. And if we accept that the mother can kill her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill one another?"

KJV Psalm 94:16-23 "Who will rise up for me against the evildoers? or who will stand up for me against the workers of iniquity? Unless the Lord had been my help, my soul had almost dwelt in silence. When I said, 'My foot slippeth;' Thy mercy, O Lord, held me up. In the multitude of my thoughts within me Thy comforts delight my soul. Shall the throne of iniquity have fellowship with Thee, which frameth mischief by a law? They gather themselves together against the soul of the righteous, and condemn the innocent blood. But the Lord is my defence; and my God is the rock of my refuge. And He shall bring upon them their own iniquity, and shall cut them off in their own wickedness; yea, the Lord our God shall cut them off."

"We do not stand any taller nor is there any work we do that is any greater than when we stand strong for the unborn child." Alabama State Senator Greg Reed

Other commentary I have written can be read at www.onthewritenarrowpath.blogspot.com

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Friday, May 27, 2011

An organization for the destruction of women

Here is a link to an article by Abby Johnson regarding Planned Parenthood's involvement with the Girl Scouts of America.  I do hope and pray that parents will begin to wake up and quit being too "otherwise engaged" to make sure what their children are being taught in local and national organizations!  Please check this out and let others know!  Bitter Pill

Who participated in THAT study??

Proponents of abortion seem to be in a perpetual state of performing "studies," the results of which they believe make them the authoritative voice of knowledge of the following [among other purported enlightenment]:

  1. According to “studies,” mentally/physically handicapped children will likely be a burden to their parents and society.
  2. According to “studies,” a baby will likely be a burden to a young girl.
  3. According to “studies,” a child not “wanted” by the birth parents is “unwanted.”
  4. According to “studies,” a child conceived unexpectedly will likely interfere with the necessary growth of the girl/woman.
  5. According to “studies,” a child conceived in rape/incest will likely be a constant reminder of the rape/incest.
  6. According to “studies,” a child conceived in rape/incest will not likely be wanted by anyone.
  7. According to “studies,” a child born to poverty is most likely destined to live out life in poverty.
  8. According to “studies,” a child born to poverty is most likely to be abused and/or neglected.
  9. According to “studies,” young [teenage] parents will most likely abuse/neglect their children.
  10. According to “studies,” children born to parents on welfare will most likely become generational welfare users.
  11. According to “studies,” children born to women over 35 years of age are likely to be mentally/physically handicapped.
  12. According to “studies,” if certain medications have been taken during the first trimester of pregnancy, it is likely that the child is severely mentally/physically damaged.
  13. According to “studies,” a woman carrying a child following a devastating illness will likely die if she chooses to carry the child to term.
The list goes on.  The presumption never ends.  These “so-called” studies are never ending and have supposedly been performed for decades.  I read the statistics borne of these alleged studies, but neither I nor anyone I know has ever been asked to participate in them!  How is it that a select number of individuals in select areas are chosen for the interview and then the results of how they respond are considered the “majority opinion?”

If I go out and interview 100 people regarding the road construction being performed in our town and 90 of them say it is an absolute useless nuisance, can I then presume that 90% of the population in America finds road construction to be a useless nuisance?  Isn’t it entirely possible that if I were to interview a second set of 100 people that 90% would say that although road construction can be a nuisance, they feel it is very useful and necessary?  Why then should that 90% of the first 100 interviewed be allowed to represent the whole of society?   

Sadly, a multitude of pro-abortion individuals who have never even seen, let alone filled out, a survey on abortion will sit on the couch eating potato chips, listening to the “factual” study results [spoon fed to them by the “life-friendly” media] in favor of murdering the unborn, and shake their fist in anger at those “unmerciful” abortion opponents.  They make presumptuous statements like, “Those opposing abortion don’t care about what those children will suffer!”   

There are two things I believe every single person desiring their unborn child to be murdered should see.  First, they should undergo an ultrasound of the child in their womb.  Second, they should watch at least one video of every type of abortion that is performed [These videos being those already in existence rather than making even more unborn children suffer for the visual entertainment of abortionists!!]. 

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Stopping abortion is a grave error...really???

Having had so many so-called “pro-choice” people state to me that their support of abortion is due to the tragedy of child abuse [This is such an oxymoron!  Because they presume there is a chance a child could be abused, they deem it “merciful” to brutally murder the child before birth???], and they therefore feel it is a grave error to stop the murder of the unborn; I feel I must address this again from a personal standpoint.   

In the beginning:  My parents were poverty stricken when I was conceived.  My father was an abusive alcoholic.  My stepfather was an abusive alcoholic.  I was severely abused as a child.  I grew to be a very confused young woman who had a propensity to abusive relationships and suffered greatly.  At the age of 23, the Lord began to break through the mire in which I was trapped and showed me that He, the Healer, Hope, and Salvation; had created me with a very special purpose, just as He had created every other human being…but I had to make a choice.  [God is the epitome of TRUE pro-choice!!] 

In the present:  I am very happily married to a wonderful, godly, Loving man.  I am Mother to three of the most beautiful children in the world; two birthed from my body and one from my heart.  I am “mother” to my husband’s precious son and truly amazing Down syndrome daughter.  I am the blessed and amazed grandmother to fifteen grandchildren here on earth and twelve awaiting me in heaven.  I Love people and attempt to be my very best in my relationships with them.  When I fail, I am not afraid to admit I am wrong and seek forgiveness.  I am a very content adult determined to do all that I can to glorify the Lord with my life and benefit this world as much as possible during my lifetime.  I do not drink [Scriptures do not say drinking alcohol is sin, but drunkenness is, Galations 5:21.]  Due to the extent of alcoholism in my family, I choose to not touch it at all.  I do not take drugs, steal, swear, or indulge in behaviors that would not only be unbecoming, but would also bring shame to the Lord and myself.  I am not perfect by any stretch of the imagination, but I endeavor to do my very best to benefit the lives of others in any way I am able.  I Love life and enjoy serving others.  How very glad I am that the so-called “pro-choice” did not have its way with my life when God was forming me in my mother’s womb.  How happy I am that I was born!! 

I have not shared the above in an attempt to puff myself up.  Rather, I have attempted to paint a picture of the value of human life.  Yes, had I been brutally murdered in my mother’s womb, I would never have been beaten by my stepfather.  Others would never have abused me.  I would never have been confused.  However…I would never have met my Heavenly Father this side of heaven…I would never have birthed my two beautiful daughters…I would never have married the most wonderful man in the whole world…I would never have been here to become the mother of another so-called “unwanted” baby boy…I would never have become grandmother to a multitude of truly beautiful children…I would never have done the wonderful things the Lord has given me to do for so very many others.  So very much would simply have never been.   

When one single life is robbed of the inalienable right to live, more than that one loses.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Love In Action!!

Following is a link on Eternity Matters that you simply must check out!  I Love seeing things like this!  We are certainly NOT alone in our efforts to support and fight for the lives of the unborn children!  I would Love to hear from you regarding your response to this.  Look at this and be blessed!


Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Presumptuousness - a prideful and dangerous endeavor


1.) Bold and confident to excess; adventuring without reasonable ground of success; hazarding safety on too slight grounds; rash; as a presumptuous commander. 

There is a class of presumptuous men whom age has not made cautious, nor adversity wise.”  [Buckminster] 

2.) Founded on presumption; proceeding from excess of confidence 

3.) Arrogant; insolent; presumptuous pride 

4.) Unduly confident; irreverent with respect to sacred things 

5.) Willful; done with bold design, rash confidence, or in violation of known duty; as a presumptuous sin 

Today marks the sixth birthday of one of the most delightful children I have ever known.  Is she delightful to me because she is physically and mentally stable?  No.  She is delightful to me because she is a remarkable, individual creation of our Loving God.  What is even more remarkable is that hers is a life that would have been ended in the womb had her parents not early on in marriage made the decision that the lives of their unborn children would be sacred and protected.   

Society would have ended this child’s life because her mother had conceived her shortly before becoming deathly toxic from a spider bite requiring various antibiotics and other medications over a six-week period of time.  Presumptuous individuals stated, as a matter of fact, that the mother was not remotely strong enough physically to withstand a child in the womb.  They also stated, as a matter of fact, that the unborn child would surely be grossly mentally and/or physically challenged due to the nature and multitude of medications taken during the first trimester.  (As if this would be something to cause the parents' Love for this child to diminish!) It was with some violence of tone that the parents were informed that this [abortion] simply could not be avoided.  Had that presumption been allowed its head, the joy of this child would not have been known this past six years.  Had that presumption been allowed its head, her mother and father would still be asking all these years later if they had done the right thing…and would not have an answer this side of heaven.  Had that presumption had its head, this beautiful young life whose favorite song is “Jesus Loves Me,” would have been silenced before she could ever have taken a breath.  But her parents were prepared to take on any challenge this child’s life might present because they believe that human life begins at conception and is the sacred creation of the Lord. 

Presumption is a most dangerous captain.  As stated above, “There is a class of presumptuous men whom age has not made cautious, nor adversity wise.”  [Buckminster]

Monday, May 16, 2011

On The Box

Please take time to read this article and others on this site:

On The Box

He has other very good articles regarding abortions.

Rallying for life...

This past Sunday we joined a peaceful rally for life.  It was a very cold, windy day.  We held signs with statements of truth, such as, “Abortion hurts women.”  I glanced up and down our long line of life supporters and couldn’t miss that “certain something” in their eyes.  It is a gentleness that simply can’t be missed in the eyes of those who Love the Lord and value all of human life as created by Him.  Some passers by waved and honked their horns in agreement with us.  Others shouted angry insults, shook fists at us, and made crude gestures.  One man even shouted, “You people are a pain in the a**,” to which my husband leaned over to me and replied, “Better than being a pain in the womb.”  Those angry and insulting did not cause any wavering in the hearts of those holding signs and we did not become angry in return.  I looked at the hardness on the faces of those opposing the God-given right to life and marveled that anyone could possibly be against us for protecting the sanctity of human life.  I especially consider that we would be the ones rallying for their right to live if their own turned upon them denying them that right to life.  The reality that there are so many in our world who would say they have the right to choose who gets to live and who does not is very disturbing to me.  If that supposed “right” were turned upon them, they would fight with the same vigor for their own right to live as that with which they fight to destroy others' rights to life.   

We later gathered at the local Care Net Pregnancy Center to give the center our support for what they do in our community to protect human life.  Here, stories were shared; stories like my own and some even far more harrowing.   

I confess that thirty years ago I did not think we would have to work so hard and so long for something as absolutely basic as others rights to live.  In fact, when I heard the words, “fighting for life,” it was always in the context of someone whose life was hanging in the balance due to accident or illness and the medical profession was doing all they could to save that life.  It wasn’t until I was sixteen and pregnant that I realized that not only were there people out there who thought nothing of killing the unborn, elderly, and infirm; but they also saw themselves as the authoritative voice on the matter, as they do now. 

This will be a life-long work…may we be found persevering when He comes.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011


Below is something my husband posted last night with regard to Osama's death.  As I read some of the news articles and viewed the cheering crowds, I felt that my husband's statement definitely should be posted here, as my blog is about the sanctity of human life.  I remember reading, "A Tale of Two Cities," and being sickened by the way people "entertained" themselves with hangings, beheadings, and other such things.  All human life is created by God and, therefore, we should always be grieved at the loss of all human life, even when it is necessitated, such as in the case of mass murderers, etc.  I know in my heart that the death of a mass murderer means no more death at his hands and this is a good thing, but I still do not want to be seen yelling and rejoicing over it.  It seems to me that when we behave in such a manner, even at the death of brutal, cruel people; we only become just like them. 

In the above, I am drawn to the subjects of abortion and euthanasia, as I believe these practices make for very hardened hearts, such as those we have witnessed at so-called "pro-choice" rallies.  If we continue to rejoice over a woman's right to have her unborn child murdered and the practice of euthanasia, the value of all human life is increasingly at risk.  I again assert that conception and old age are the "bookends" of humanity with all the rest somewhere between them.  Take away value for these two, and all value for the rest will fade away.  This done, there is nothing to convince a mass murderer that his activities are evil.

My husband asks:

 Why do we look like them? I have no problem with the necessity of taking Osama's life but was sickened by the picture in the paper of a huge crowd celebrating. It was the same feeling I had watching film footage of Arab nations celebrating after the destruction of the twin towers. Justice ... can it be served without wallowing in the gutter? I'm as guilty of a vengeful heart as the next guy but this reminds of children sticking their tongues out at each other after inflicting their childish insults and injury. Is it not possible to rise above? God help us ... is there anyone else out there that sees this as wrong? Why do we look like them?
Posted By Christian Ease to Christian Ease at 5/02/2011 07:59:00 PM