There are some who say, "There is no God!"
They walk as a fool down the path they trod.
They say, "Of that Jesus I canít find a trace!"
he smiles at them through a babies face.
They look at a rose and only see thorns
They canít see the preciousness of a life unborn.
them an unborn child, "It is just a blob!"
And to hide their sin, it's life theyíll rob.
We've legalized murder through courts
Now millions of little people go to their graves.
Sin knows no limits in a cold black heart
When a mother lets abortionist
rip her baby apart!
With pain they jerk and twist in the womb
While a murderer called "Doctor" brings on their doom.
Oh!, My God!,
My God!, I wished they could see
The depravity of mankind and hear their Babie's plea!
Life or Death? the unborn child is given
They cannot speak for they yet have no voice.
One day Jesus will come back to this earth
And avenge all these little ones killed
My heart grieves for all these little ones
As I hug and squeeze my own little son!
As I look into his bright blue
With his face so precious Iíve often cried.
I bow my head and thank the Lord above
For sending my precious little ones for
me to love.
Oh! Dear mother what joy they could be!
If your heart could hear that silent plea of:
"I love you mommy, please birth me!"
child is worth more than all the gold
And each one lost is a story untold!
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Lord, protect all babies, the unborn and the born. Protect them at every stage of development, from conception to infancy. Christ warned, "See that you do not despise one of these little ones," whose "angels in heaven always look upon the face of my heavenly Father", adding, "It is not the will of your heavenly Father that one of these little ones be lost." Keep them, O Lord, "as the apple of your eye; hide them in the shadow of your wings." We pray this in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, amen. ~ Unknown
THE PRECIOUS LITTLE ONES
By: Lewis E. Thomas
"I am your creator. You were in my care even before you were born."
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