Passing Driver Buys Chair for 40 Days for Life Team Member
By JP Duffy
40 Days for Life reports that 339 babies have been saved from abortion so far during the campaign taking place now through November 1st in 307 cities. The impact of 40 Days for Life continues to grow each year as thousands of Christians gather to provide a prayerful presence outside abortion centers across the nation.
This morning, my family and I joined the 40 Days for Life gathering outside the late-term abortion facility in Germantown, Maryland. We hoped to encourage and thank those praying for life, but little did we know how much encouragement we would receive! One car after another honked in support, with numerous drivers giving the thumbs-up, waving, and offering words of encouragement. Not a single negative reaction was seen from any driver.
One passing driver saw an elderly gentleman sitting on the ground holding a “Pray to End Abortion” sign and was compelled to go to the store to buy him a chair. She had the brightest smile on her face as she walked over to hand him the chair and thank him for praying. I have participated in many such prayer gatherings over the years, but today the public’s support seemed to hit a new high.
Maryland has long been known as having some of the most radical pro-abortion laws in the world, but like the rest of the nation, it appears to be moving in a pro-life direction. The Planned Parenthood videos have so horrified the American people that an increasing number of states are redirecting those funds from the abortion giant to community health centers. With its poll numbers in a freefall, Planned Parenthood is even finding it difficult to keep its hold on Maryland taxpayer funds.
To those of you involved in 40 Days for Life: Be encouraged. You are doing the Lord’s work and are changing hearts and saving lives. Keep it up! If you haven’t yet participated in 40 Days for Life, I encourage you to check out 40DaysforLife.com and join a prayer gathering in your local area between now and November 1. You can save lives where you live.
First published at FRCBlog.com
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