Video – Face of Pro-Life #44: Live with Lisa Martin

By September 14, 2008Corinn Dahm, Face of Pro-Life
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In this live program, Corinn Dahm speaks with Lisa Martin, a post abortion survivor, about her abortions, her regret, and the process of healing. Also discussed were the pro-life options pregnant mothers have who are being pressured to have an abortion. Ave Maria!
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  • damiansv says:

    How about 1kings chapter 3 verse 16-28.

    Later, two harlots came to the king and stood before him.
    One woman said: “By your leave, my lord, this woman and I live in the same house, and I gave birth in the house while she was present.
    On the third day after I gave birth, this woman also gave birth. We were alone in the house; there was no one there but us two.
    This woman’s son died during the night; she smothered him by lying on him.
    Later that night she got up and took my son from my side, as I, your handmaid, was sleeping. Then she laid him in her bosom, after she had laid her dead child in my bosom.
    I rose in the morning to nurse my child, and I found him dead. But when I examined him in the morning light, I saw it was not the son whom I had borne.”

    The other woman answered, “It is not so! The living one is my son, the dead one is yours.” But the first kept saying, “No, the dead one is your child, the living one is mine!” Thus they argued before the king.

    Then the king said: “One woman claims, ‘This, the living one, is my child, and the dead one is yours.’ The other answers, ‘No! The dead one is your child; the living one is mine.'”

    The king continued, “Get me a sword.” When they brought the sword before him,

    he said, “Cut the living child in two, and give half to one woman and half to the other.”
    The woman whose son it was, in the anguish she felt for it, said to the king, “Please, my lord, give her the living child – please do not kill it!” The other, however, said, “It shall be neither mine nor yours. Divide it!”

    The king then answered, “Give the first one the living child! By no means kill it, for she is the mother.”

    When all Israel heard the judgment the king had given, they were in awe of him, because they saw that the king had in him the wisdom of God for giving judgment.

    Moses’ mother loved her baby so much that she refused to allowed her child to be destroyed – no matter what the king’s law said. She showed great faith in God by placin gyoung Moses in a basket along the edge of the Nile. How hard this act must have been for Moses’ mother!

    Yet, it is clear thet her faith in God was stronger than her fear of the Egyptian king.

    God knew his people were suffering. In fact, he had predicted these events when he told Abraham that his descendants would become objects of the Egyptians hatred. God had also promised that he would rescued his people at the right time.

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