Connections. Each day I awake with anticipation and wonder with a prayer from my heart. “Lord, I am willing. Please use me to plant and water your seeds with little acts of service from a loving heart and not a dutiful heart.” Indeed, a glance of love from the heart catching the other’s eye, may transcend mundane moments into heaven sent grace filled moments.
Last Saturday was a dot connecting grace filled moment. I showed up at a Planned Parenthood with a few of my pro life signs and a baby dress. I prayed, Lord use me I am willing to do my little part to smile, wave and encourage the driver to stop and chat as they pull in to the mill.
The car pulled in, I caught the eye of the passenger. He seemed to be in his late teens. I motioned him to roll down his window. In one of my hands I carried a red, white, and blue frilly baby dress. He rolled it down as I smiled warmly and noticed the young black teen gripping the wheel and glancing at the adorable baby dress.
I said, “I can help. Here’s a baby dress for you and your baby. We have resources to help you. Your sweet baby wants to live.”
They both paused and the boyfriend reached for the dress. Within seconds, the pregnant teenager, begins sobbing uncontrollably. Another pro life counselor reaches the driver side and we both encourage her to turn her car around and talk.
30 minutes later this young couple felt our love, support to help them choose life and walk the journey of deepening faith, hope, and love.
Thank you Jesus for allowing me to suit up and show up. May all pregnant women contemplating abortion see their beautiful child as a heavenly sent gift. This soul longs to be born and experience the beauty of your awesome creation from natural birth to natural death. Lord give us willing feet and rescue the innocent from pending death.
“And how can anyone preach unless they are sent? As it is written, How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news.”
“The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest. “