Day 16 – October 11, 2012

I have to say that I really love it when I find out that I am on the same page with God!  Yesterday, I wrote about how I prayed for a miracle, for just one person who would receive the gift of courage to walk away from the abortion industry forever and last night I received an email from the Germantown Campaign Director who wrote the following:

“Praise: Two of the workers from Germantown Reproductive Health Services have not been there for over a month and we believe they have stopped working for Carhart.  Praise God! Please pray for the two workers that have left (as well as those that remain).”

Amazing right, I know!  So, now the second part of his email was a continued prayer request which is:

“Prayer: A new clinic worker started work at the abortion facility today.  Please pray that she was horrified by what she saw on her first day.  For those that don’t know, Wednesday’s are the day that the babies are dismembered and delivered piece by piece.  Please pray that she was so disturbed by what she saw today that she will quit and not come back on Monday.”
 
I will continue to pray for this woman who started work at the clinic yesterday.  I know that it can be tough to find a job in this economy these days, so I’m sure that even if she was horrified by what she saw yesterday, quitting a job, any job, takes a lot of courage.  You never know when you will find another one.  I recently watched a video that Abby Johnson made which was directed toward clinic workers, and in that video she said, none of you, as a little girl or a little boy said that when you grew up you wanted to kill babies.  When I heard that statement, I was completely blown away.  I had never thought about the life of a clinic worker from that perspective.  Of course that’s true. No one would ever consider this as a child and say this is what I want to do when I grow up or aspire to a career in the abortion industry.  More than likely, the person who works in the abortion clinic or with Planned Parenthood ended up there because they were looking for a way to help women and thought this was the way to do it.  Now they are trapped and can’t get out or think they can’t get out.  But God is greater than any circumstance and it’s our job as believers, when given the opportunity, to show the love of God to people in such a way that all fear is disarmed. 
 
Please pray for this new employee at the clinic and all of the employees that they will find the courage to walk away from the horror of abortion.
 
For God has not given us a spirit of fear,
but of power and of love and of  a sound mind.
2 Timothy 1:7
 

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