Thank You, Jesus!

Thank You, Jesus!

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6 Responses to Thank You, Jesus!

  1. Sallyven says:

    I, too, rejoiced when I heard this story. However, with the Health Care Reform as it stands now, we are all about to take part in funding abortions. Even if we do not buy any insurance, we will be forced to pay a fine which will result in the same thing.

  2. Trevor Hilton says:

    She finally realized she wasn’t removing a clump of cells, but killing a baby.
    Thank You God!

  3. Sallyven,
    Keep praying!

    She also finally realized that Planned Parenthood is not about protecting and caring for women, it is about using and abusing them in order to profit from legalized infanticide. PP doesn’t make money from prevention, they make money from abortion. I’ve heard another first-hand account from someone who used to be a high-level person at PP before they were saved by grace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. She explained how they would intentionally put teenage girls on “the pill” with such low levels of the hormone that if the girls weren’t disciplined enough to take the pill at the same time every single day, then there would not be a high enough level of the hormone to prevent ovulation, and the girls ran a high risk of getting pregnant. And, since teenage girls are not known for being that disciplined, a large number of them wound up pregnant. It was part of Planned Parenthood’s business plan to expect young girls to have three abortions between puberty and their early-mid 20’s!

    PP is like the drug dealer who gives out free samples to create the need for his product. PP is not about preventing pregnancy, it is about secretly effecting pregnancy in order to create the (perceived) need for them to provide the “service” of abortion at a very high profit margin.

    It’s truly demonic. And that is why PP can’t stand it when one of their employees is saved. PP can’t handle having the truth come out.

    If you followed the link above to find your way to the video interview, it’s obvious what her new motivation is. She is motivated by the love of God.

    There’s not one hint that she has any desire to breach the confidentiality of any of the women who had abortions. That is a totally false claim that PP is using as a smoke screen to request a RESTRAINING ORDER on her to prevent her from talking about her personal experience.

    It’s just one more example of something that I’ve said over and over again:

    Those who can’t handle the truth,
    try to silence those who speak it.

  4. Sallyven says:

    Have you seen this?

    Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about Revelations and the end times. I’ve often wondered about “the mark of the beast”, and always imagined some sort of dramatic scene where a Christian could openly and defiantly reject it. But now, look at this. Buried in a bill, soon to become just part of a monthly premium, paid by every American under the government insurance.

    I am self-employed, and have a private plan. Once that insurer goes out of business under this reform, I will have to enroll in the government plan. And if I don’t, I will pay a penalty, which will still go into the treasury that funds abortions. Or, I suppose I will be fined until I am either bankrupted or imprisoned. It would certainly make my life easier to just go with the flow…

    And when I just posted this link to Boehner’s comments on the bill, it made a chill go up my spine, to see the 666. I know, just a coincidence.

    And the battle in the heavenly realms rages on….

  5. diss says:

    they voted for him
    his state allows live born to die

    they voted for him and they’ll have to live with what comes next.

  6. Jonah says:


    I’m not so sure about the numerological stuff, but it might comfort you to know that the penalty does not apply to […] those with religious conscience exemptions. Presumably this is meant primarily for Christian Scientists and the like, but I’m sure your situation would count too. Of course, this is moot if the Stupak amendment stays in, but I still thought I’d share.


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