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“Please Don’t Kill the Child”

“Please Don’t Kill the Child”.

Reblog from fellow blogger.  We must stand against abortion, not just accept it as something of this society.  Some believe as long as they don’t believe in abortion, as long as they disapprove  that is enough.  It is not.

Will abortions be eliminated? No. Will women still get abortions if they are illegal? Yes. Will they get bad dangerous abortions? Yes, and their choice.

Just as drinking and driving is illegal. I bet more disapprove of drinking and driving than of abortion. It still happens, and still many are killed because the law is broken. BUT less do drink and drive because it is illegal, because they will have legal consequences to deal with.

My biological mother told me, if abortions had been legal when she was 16 and pregnant, she would have had one.  The stigma of unwed motherhood was much more in the 60’s, she endured a lot of judgement. She is a believer, she sinned by having sex, unwed, she was not going to add to that by breaking the law and having an abortion. What about Gods law? Thou shalt not murder? Man’s law, trumps that. The Word says to obey your government.  Messed up? Yes. But a young girl who has disappointed her family, her church, her society gets messed up. And desperate. Giving them the green flag to kill ‘the fetus’ is an answer to desperation.

10 lives and one on the way, and more generations to come exist because abortion was illegal 50 years ago.  My bio mother continued to live a life, had a marriage and children and grandchildren. My parents(adopted/real) my siblings have generations more because of adoption, not abortion.

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Aspiring to be the Christian Gluten Free Queen of the World. I love writing/blogging, painting, decorating, grand mothering, cooking, helping others BE gluten free, old movies, family, God, animals, my kids, my grandkids, my husband, talking about adoption. I know about painting murals, cooking gluten free, being a mother in law, special needs, cleft palates, Pierre Robin, Celiac, marriage, faith, God, sons, dogs, cats, gardening, a little bit of horses, building a house and living life blessed.

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