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The First Gift was a Baby


The First Gift was a Baby

“But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid; for see- I am bringing you good news of great joy for all people: to you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is the Messiah, the Lord.” Luke 2:10-11      

This is always the hardest time of year to be a lifesaver outside this deathcamp in Granite City, Illinois. They kill between 150-200 babies now 5-6 days a week. It was always so special to see pregnant women or be pregnant at this time of year. But sadly, nowadays, children are considered a curse rather than a blessing. Do you realize the first gift that God gave the world was a baby? His name was Jesus. He was born in a manger and died on a cross for our sins so that one day we live with Him in eternity.

“But to all who received Him, who believed in His Name, He gave power to become children of God.” John 1:12

            The Christmas season is the hardest time of year. We stand in the cold, the wet weather on the sidewalk, begging mercy, pleading for the lives of these babies, and watching moms and dads have their children murdered. And just across the street, Christmas celebrations and pageantries, and festive discussions are going on. We look forward to watching our children unwrap their presents and celebrate family time together, and yet it breaks my heart when I think of those babies and those children that won't be there, that won't have a first Christmas. I wipe the frozen tear from my cheek and a little hope fills my heart as I think of those few that have been saved and will be allowed to celebrate Christmas next year.

            The story below is from a young lady who came across our website www.smallvictoriesusa.com recently and canceled her appointment at the abortion clinic on the east coast and e-mailed us her story and has allowed us to share it with you, pictures included.

            Merry Christmas!

                        ~Angela

I'm 21 and I grew up with no support at all. I got pregnant at 19 and had a angel disguised as a baby boy named Tyler Charles. He pushed me not only to do good for him but for myself, too. Within the last 6 months i got my lisense and a GED. I'm working as an administrative asst. in an educational program so im only getting paid minimum wage but the people here are wonderful.

I've been with my boyfriend for 6 months and we've struggled financially big time, we've argued and said hurtful things but he's changed for quite some time now. I still hold resentment and fear that it will return back to how things used to be.

            So we find out I'm pregnant. I'm so scared because I'm so broke, I can barely pay rent. And I've made an appointment many times at the metro center in englewood ,nj and I made up my mind to go.

            I just looked at your website and the pictures and read the paragraph below and I cancled the appointment. All the joy I get from my son and all the love, will be equal in work yes but at least I won't have to live with the fact that I murdered a baby. I CAN live with the fact that I had another and I can't wait to have her/him so I can hug him and tell them how SORRY I am for even THINKING of EVER hurting them. So thank you SO much. This baby inside of me WILL be around for Christmas, even though he/she's inside of me.