Why’d they leave?

One after another, the women left the clinic crying, getting into their cars, with the “significant others” attempting to console them. This is typically what we see in post abortive women, after hours in the Planned Parenthood @ 104 Babcock. On this particular day, Saturday November 7th, 2008 6 women left the clinic anywhere from 15 – 3o minutes after checking in, at the front counter. In all of the months of witnessing well over 700 women walking into Planned Parenthood for abortions – this, we have never seen, so many leaving for no apparent reason. We don’t know exactly what happened, as the women refused to speak to us – but this we know for sure; efficacious prayer was @ work saving those 6 little babies on Saturday. Tragically, there were 19 other youngsters who never made it out alive. May God have mercy on all our souls.

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One response to “Why’d they leave?

  1. The women left the clinic because of the diligence of the prayers for them and for their unborn children. Continue on in this battle to defend LIFE. God is watching and hope is ALIVE.
    GOOD NEWS: There are two bills on the “table” waiting for approval to become law.
    1) Doctors would be required to do an ultrasound and show their patients each organ in the babies body AND they would be required to make the patient listen to the babies heartbeat.
    2) Issuance of “Choose Life” license plates and the creation of the choose life account in the general revneue fund in TEXAS.
    Please contact Senater John Cornyn and Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison and express your opinion on why you want these passed. I said a woman has a right to know exactly what she is dealing with. I personally always felt the true reality of my pregnancies when I first heard their beautiful little hearts beating. Also contact the Speaker of the House, Tom Craddick. Let your voice and the voice of God’s children be heard. Be diligent in your fight and God will bless you. AMEN!

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