we did ours, have you?
the president will be seeing lots of red if this campaign is successful. and my only hope is that it will make him think, even if just for a moment, of all the little, lost lives, the injustice surrounding “choice” and finally, how that innocent blood cries out for vengeance and i don’t know about you, but i do not wish it to be upon me and my children or you and yours. i often wonder if this world really understands just how severe those consequences will be.
there is a very thought-provoking article along these same lines here. so please read it if you have a chance. jennifer is a very talented writer and she has touched my heart with her courageous thoughts and words.
the idea for the red envelope campaign was circulating around all of the world wide web, but i’d like to thank allison, which is where i saw it.
and before i go, speaking of lost lives, i want to ask to for prayers for a family in our homeschool group. i will call them the “J” family.they are new to the group, i’ve never met them, but i have read their struggles unfold in email after email as their newest baby nora, who suddenly got sick and has been sick for about a month and a half now, diagnosed just yesterday with an incurable disease. they were told something about “letting her go”. she went into septic shock about 2 days ago, her little body weak from fighting, her heart not strong and her lungs are failing.
miracles do happen. prayer is powerful and so i ask that you will join me in praying for this family who loves this baby, wants this baby and if indeed they have to “let her go”, then at least pray that God will give them the grace necessary to carry them through whatever doing His will entails.
so hold your children close my friends, ALL LIFE IS PRECIOUS and each day a gift. i am off to enjoy the sunshine with my own children, but with a bit of a heavy heart…………
may the Divine Assistance remain always with us and the suffering souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. ~amen.